Brittany Mahomes, the wife of the regular season and Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes, demanded an apology from critics, doubters, fans, and pundits who all questioned what her husband and his team were going to be capable of in the 2022-23 NFL season.
The Chiefs won their division, the AFC title, and the Super Bowl by completing a 38-35 comeback against the favored Philadelphia Eagles this past Sunday. Mahomes also became the first quarterback to win regular season MVP to go on to win a Super Bowl game, with the previous nine QBs falling short in the annual contest.
“I think a lot of people need to apologize for what they said about this team at the beginning of this season,” Brittany Mahomes wrote on her Twitter account.
I think a lot of people need to apologize for what they said about this team at the beginning of this season 😂🙂
— Brittany Mahomes (@BrittanyLynne) February 14, 2023
Part of what Mrs. Mahomes was referring to came as division and conference rivals stepped up their investments during the past offseason to make themselves more competitive against the offensive juggernaut Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs have been in three of the past four Super Bowls, winning twice. Mahomes is also a two-time MVP.
Fox wrote of the busy off-season:
The noise crept in at the beginning of the season as division rivals like the Denver Broncos and Las Vegas Raiders added impact players to their offenses and the Chiefs traded away one big receiver in Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins. The Broncos acquired quarterback Russell Wilson from the Seattle Seahawks and the Raiders traded for wide receiver Davante Adams from the Green Bay Packers.
Of course, while the moves looked good on paper, the reality is that most of the high-profile signings and acquisitions sputtered out of the gate. The Denver Broncos unloaded their roster to acquire former Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, only to watch their offense implode the entire season. The Las Vegas Raiders pried away Aaron Rodgers’ favorite target in Davante Adams, only to likewise stumble through a disappointing season.
While the missus might be demanding an apology, it seems that her victorious husband is more focused on the sweet revenge that comes merely by winning. He was also enjoying the fruits of those labors by spending time at Disney.
The American Tribune wrote:
Patrick Mahomes won the Super Bowl on Sunday and already has brought the family to Disneyland to celebrate his second Lombardi trophy. Judging by some pictures posted to his Instagram, the Mahomes family is living it up at the most magical place on earth.
Mahomes, the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback who won NFL MVP awards this season, looks like he’s making the most of his time off as he posed for a picture alongside his wife, Brittany, and their two young kids in front of one of the many castles at Disneyland theme park. The caption reads, “Welcome to the happiest place on earth, Bronze and Sterling!”
Disney shared in a release that the Super Bowl festivities would be kicking off in high gear.
“On Monday, Feb. 13, 2023, the Super Bowl celebration goes to the next level when Mahomes stars in a colorful and high-energy cavalcade through Disneyland park in California,” a statement read.
“Guests in Disneyland park can watch the celebratory cavalcade as they travel past Sleeping Beauty Castle and down Main Street, U.S.A., at 1:30 p.m. PT.* Before the cavalcade, Mahomes will spend the morning with family and friends experiencing some of the park’s most popular attractions, interacting with beloved Disney characters and generally having the time of his life at The Happiest Place on Earth,” it continued.
“And even more special this year, Disneyland Resort is joining in the celebration of Disney’s 100th anniversary, honoring its incredible storytellers, creators and fans. The Disney100 celebration at Disneyland Resort is now in full swing and features a new attraction, two stunning new nighttime spectaculars, dazzling décor, special food and beverages, and more!”
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