Olivia Culpo’s outfit to the San Francisco 49ers’ big win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday went viral.
A week removed from being forced to miss Christian McCaffrey’s first regular season game of 2023 due to weather issues, Culpo made it a point to be in attendance to watch her beau take on L.A.
Ultimately, the outing wound up being closer than many anticipated it would be. That said, the Niners eventually emerged with a 30-23 road victory.
McCaffrey was a stud in this one, again, recording 116 yards and a score on 20 carries. He also hauled in three passes for 19 yards.
Culpo loved every minute of it. Unsurprisingly, here mere presence stole the headlines, though. And her outfit, especially, was a huge hit.
That said, it’s nice to see the pair enjoy success like this. They had to endure years of being accused that their intimate fun times in the bedroom were contributing to McCaffrey’s never-ending cascade of injuries.
It didn’t help matters when Culpo herself got hurt during one of their intimate encounters.
But clearly all that is behind them now.
McCaffrey is enjoying immense success with San Francisco, and as a result, he and Culpo are one of the hottest power couples in the NFL right now.
In a week of football that saw Zach Wilson’s mom’s provocative outfit go viral, Baker Mayfield’s wife’s racy attire set the internet ablaze and Brittany Mahomes’ wild shorts blow up online, it is telling that Culpo could swoop in and steal the headlines like this.
Kay Adams 👀👀https://t.co/InCDok7uFK
— Game 7 (@game7__) September 20, 2023
At the moment, the Niners look like the best team in football.
Brock Purdy’s return combined with what McCaffrey and Deebo Samuel bring to the table makes for an explosive offensive combination. Defensively this group is very strong, too
Is a Super Bowl in McCaffrey and Culpo’s immediate future this year? An answer one way or the other will emerge soon enough.
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.