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Brittany Mahomes Stands by Patrick After Tough Loss: A Strong Message and Shared Support

The recent 17-20 loss of the Kansas City Chiefs to the Buffalo Bills proved to be a challenging moment for quarterback Patrick Mahomes. The frustration peaked when an offsides penalty on Kadarius […]

The recent 17-20 loss of the Kansas City Chiefs to the Buffalo Bills proved to be a challenging moment for quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

The frustration peaked when an offsides penalty on Kadarius Toney nullified a remarkable touchdown pass by tight end Travis Kelce.

Brittany Mahomes, expressing her husband’s anger, took to Instagram to label the referee the “MVP” in a photo shared on her Instagram Stories after the game.

Acknowledging the legitimacy of the penalty and Toney’s failure to check with the referees before being set, both Mahomes and head coach Andy Reid later tempered their fired-up comments against the call on Monday.

On December 12, Tuesday, Brittany Mahomes conveyed a powerful message of support to her husband.

She shared a carousel of photos from the sidelines at Arrowhead and wrote on Instagram, “Riding with 15 always❤️.”

While Brittany usually watches games at Arrowhead with Taylor Swift, Kelce’s well-known girlfriend, she opted for a change during the Bills game.

She shared a suite with several girlfriends, including Paige Buechele, the wife of former Chiefs backup quarterback Shane Buechele, now playing for Buffalo.

Paige shared a photo on Instagram from their suite at GEHA field, donning a blue jacket and captioning it, “Let’s go Buffalo.”

Brittany responded with a playful “BOOOOOOO,” while Lyndsay Bell, Chiefs tight end Blake Bell’s wife, humorously suggested changing the caption.

Post-game, Swift, Brittany, Paige, and many Chiefs’ wives and girlfriends gathered at a Christmas bar in Kansas City.

Expressing regret over his heated reaction to the penalty, Mahomes appeared on The Drive with Carrington Harrison of 610 Sports Radio on December 11.

He particularly felt remorse for his demeanor while shaking Bills quarterback Josh Allen’s hand after the game.

Mahomes admitted, “Probably regret acting like that, but more than anything, I regret the way I acted toward Josh after the game because he had nothing to do with it.”

Mahomes explained that he wasn’t “surprised” by his fiery reaction, citing a lack of a clear view of the incident from the sidelines. Learning from the mistake, he emphasized the need to be better in the future.

With the Chiefs facing the New England Patriots in Week 15, Mahomes and the team aim to break out of their two-game losing streak.

Originally scheduled for Monday Night Football, the matchup was flexed out of primetime.

Despite the recent setbacks, the Chiefs (8-5) are considered 9.5-point favorites against the struggling New England Patriots (3-10) in Foxborough.