Brittany Mahomes, Taylor Swift Couldn’t Keep Hands Off Each Other At Chiefs Game

Brittany Mahomes, Taylor Swift Couldn’t Keep Hands Off Each Other At Chiefs Game

Brittany Mahomes and Taylor Swift couldn’t keep their hands off each other during this week’s Thursday Night Football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos.

Coming into this outing, few expected Russell Wilson and Co. to be able to put up much of a fight against Patrick Mahomes’ group. The latter squad won the Super Bowl last season; the former has been one of the league’s worst teams through the first six games of the year.

Because of that, Swift’s attendance once again stole the show. Everything from Travis Kelce’s cute three-word nickname for Swift to her hanging out with his mom dominated the headlines before, during and after the game.

One other minor side plot that fans couldn’t get enough of on Thursday night was how handsy Mahomes and Swift were. They absolutely could not keep their hands off each other.

Swift has made it a point to attend Chiefs games that clearly she and her team have deemed as “winnable.” Just look at which ones she has opted to go to.

After skipping questionable outings against the Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars and Minnesota Vikings, she went to ones featuring the Chicago Bears, New York Jets and Broncos.

The clear pattern there? Attend the match-ups that Kansas City is virtually guaranteed to win. Skip the ones that are toss-ups.

What does that mean going forward? It likely means that Swift will skip next week’s showdown against the Los Angeles Chargers.

From there, she will probably attend the subsequent Broncos game, skip the Chiefs’ battles against the Miami Dolphins and Philadelphia Eagles, and then show up once more on Nov. 26 when Kelce and Co. face off against the Las Vegas Raiders.

Brittany, most likely, will be there for all the aforementioned games. She isn’t as picky as Swift, and she has been there for enough of her husband’s defeats to know that Chiefs game losses won’t be attributed to her.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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