Patrick Mahomes once again led his Kansas City Chiefs to an AFC Championship game. However, his progression this time was a bit too dramatic. The Buffalo Bills were equally prepared, and they lost no chance to score on a drive.
It was raining touchdowns in the Arrowhead Stadium and many believed it to be the best game of the season. Bills quarterback Josh Allen vs. Patrick Mahomes are certainly the new-gen Brady vs. Manning. The Chiefs made a remarkable comeback in the final few seconds of the game.
Mahomes equalized the score to 36-36 after making two passes to set the Chiefs for a field goal attempt with just 13 seconds left in the clock. The game went on to overtime, Bills lost the coin toss giving the Chiefs the possession to the ball. And Patrick Mahomes connected with tight end Travis Kelce to get that game-winning touchdown in the end.
The guests lost the game even though the Bills offense did not even touch the ball in the OT. This is The Chiefs advanced to the AFC Championship for the fourth time in a row. And then came the theatrics of Brittany Matthews. Mahomes’ fiancee took to Twitter and posted a message for all the Mahomes haters.
“Never doubt us,” Matthews tweeted in all caps. She is often seen overwhelmingly celebrating KC Chiefs’ victory. However, that often calls out for many haters taking it a step further.
Brittany Matthews celebrates the victory of Patrick Mahomes
She even shared a clip of her spraying champagne over Kansas City fans. She seemingly enjoyed the sight of her future husband winning one of the best games in NFL history. But was it a bit too much? NFL fans from every corner then started to throw support for the Cincinnati Bengals before the AFC Championship game.
“It’s America Vs. Jackson Mahomes and Brittany Matthews. Godspeed, Joe Burrow,” one fan tweeted. While another fan said, “The Bills were 13 seconds from eliminating Jackson Mahomes & Brittany Matthews, thats what hurts the most.”
Later on, Brittany, annoyed with all the hatred received against her and Jackson Mahomes replied, “I just wish I could do what I want without getting attacked every week.” It’s clearly visible that the NFL certainly does not enjoy her presence since all the fans apart from the Chiefs have started to root for the Bengals.