Ciara’s outfit to Russell Wilson’s Denver Broncos game caused something of a stir this weekend.
Coming into Sunday’s match-up between Wilson’s Broncos and the Chicago Bears, something had to give. Either the latter team would finally get its first win of the season, or the former would bounce back strong from the 50-point whooping they received from the Miami Dolphins one week prior.
In the end, Denver walked away with a hard-fought (much harder than it should have been) 31-28 victory.
Wilson finished with three touchdowns and 223 yards on 21 of 28 passing. But he wasn’t the biggest star from his household on the day. Ciara was in attendance for this one, and her outfit to the proceedings stole the show.
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“Ciara is so beautiful,” one fan wrote.
“Love ya’ll,” a second fan chimed in.
In an NFL weekend that saw Olivia Culpo’s racy outfit to Christian McCaffrey’s game blow up online and Brittany Mahomes’ outfit to Sunday’s Kansas City Chiefs game snatch some attention away from Taylor Swift, it is telling that Ciara was able to swoop in and steal the headlines in this fashion.
Then again, she does have that sort of cache. Be it for her wild date night photos with her beau, her intimate recent video for him or the pair’s provocative dancing video together, she is something of a permanent fixture in the headlines.
Big picture, games against the New York Jets, Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers and Buffalo Bills loom for Denver over the next month. At best, Wilson and Co. will likely go 2-2 there. And frankly, they will probably go something closer to 1-3.
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That would put the Broncos at 3-5 best-case scenario eight games into the year.
Not quite what Sean Payton likely envisioned his return to the NFL looking like.
Either way, regardless of how the Broncos look, Ciara will be there every week cheering them and Wilson on no matter what.
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.