Brittany Mahomes Reacts to the Chiefs' Win Over the Broncos in Two Words.
Brittany Mahomes Reacts to the Chiefs’ Win Over the Broncos in Two Words.

After last night’s win over the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs fans were very happy. The Chiefs have now won 16 straight games against the Broncos. In Patrick Mahomes’ career, the Broncos have never been able to beat him.

Brittany Mahomes, who is married to Patrick Mahomes, went to the game and saw Taylor Swift in a private box. She posted some pictures from the night on her Instagram account.

Britain Mahomes wrote “Victory Friday” as the title for her post after the Chiefs beat their division foes 19-8.

The Chiefs beat Denver to improve to 5-1 on the season. It was their first game in the division this year, and they are trying to win another AFC West title.

In the last few years, Kansas City has ruled the division, winning the West five times in a row. The dominance has even reached the playoffs, where Kansas City has won two Super Bowls and made it to a third in just four seasons.

In a private box at GEHA Field, Brittany Mahomes watched the game with Taylor Swift. Swift is said to be dating Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.

This season, Swift has been to three Chiefs games, and it looks like she’s brought good luck with her.

When Swift is in charge, the Chiefs are 3-0 on the season.

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