Brittany Mahomes obviously wasn’t on the field for the Kansas City Chiefs’ big Super Bowl win over the Philadelphia Eagles, but she was still an instrumental part of the team’s success.
Whether NFL fans want to love her or hate her, Brittany provides a lot of emotional and mental support for Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
You can’t put a price on that.
Because of her integral place in Kansas City’s championship run, Brittany celebrated as hard as anyone following Sunday’s big game.
The 27-year-old then took to social media to share the outtakes from the past day and change.
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Unlike Jackson Mahomes, whose controversial video after the Chiefs win rubbed many the wrong way, Brittany seemed to get a lot of praise for her photos.
“Die hard Eagles fan here whose heart broke last night but damn my guy you are straight fire and deserve so much goodness,” one person wrote.
“Such a cute family,” another person added.
That said, some fans were still a bit salty over the Super Bowl.
“Did you take the refs on vacation with you?” one person wrote.
“Someone send this wife what the word ‘humble’ means. She loves to show off. Money that her husband makes. She is so cringy I can’t stand to even look at her. I hope those kids learn to be humble. It’s so gross,” another wrote.
So obviously you can’t please everyone.
Leading into this past weekend, Brittany found herself a central part of the conversation when fans noted some changes in her face that were hard to ignore.
Sam Ponder’s outfit caused quite the stir. https://t.co/uoawbDG711
— Game 7 (@game7__) February 13, 2023
To date, she has not addressed them.
Love them or hate them, the Mahomes family is currently sitting atop the NFL world. Brittany and Patrick are the league’s Queen and King at the moment, and no amount of tears will change that.
Plus, with the Chiefs serving as the clear frontrunners for next year’s Super Bowl, it feels like they aren’t going anywhere any time soon.
A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.