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Mina Kimes’ Outfit To NFL Playoff Game Goes Viral

Mina Kimes’ Outfit To NFL Playoff Game Goes Viral

Mina Kimes’ choice of outfit to last week’s NFL game caused something of a stir.

Over the past few months Kimes has emerged as one of the most high-profile and beloved NFL media personalities around. As a result, she has blown up online for everything ranging from her provocative selfies to her intimate photos to her wild Halloween costume.

This week, NFL fans at home couldn’t help but get into a tizzy about her choice outfit to a recent Tampa Bay Buccaneers playoff game.

The outfit largely speaks for itself:

 

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As do the reactions of the folks at home:

“Motherhood suits you! You’ve been GLOWIN girl,” one person wrote.

“Mina, you should be the first female NFL Head Coach or GM. You have a great football mind,” a second fan added.

“Beautiful and so cute, Mina,” a third person chimed in.

Kimes has been a mainstay in the news cycle over the past few months. Be it for her intimate pictures or controversial photo with Bryce Young, she is always trending for something or other.

In addition, there is also just her general social media output. It generates crazy engagement:

 

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Kimes is a star – no question about it.

Last year she really broke through, as evidenced by the seven-figure contract ESPN put in front of her.

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In 2024 she seems intent on showing the world why she was worth that hefty salary.

What will Kimes ultimately go viral for next? Time will tell.

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Carlos Garcia

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.
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