Brittany Matthews Agrees That Refs 'Screwed' Kansas City Chiefs

Let's just say this post is a "call back" and a rare instance when all Chiefs fans can blame their underlying concerns about the fate of the team on somebody else . . .

Here's a critical word contradicting this cowtown's perennial homecoming queen . . .

"This woman’s baby daddy is the face of the NFL for the next 25 years, he has a Super Bowl ring, he’s going to make billions for the league, he’s sitting on his own half-billion-dollar contract, and I’m supposed to believe the NFL refs came up with a conspiracy aimed against the Chiefs? I’m going to need an explanation as to why the refs chose Cincinnati as the beneficiary of this special treatment."

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Patrick Mahomes' fiancée Brittany Matthews thinks refs 'screwed' Chiefs

When the Chiefs win, it's because her baby daddy played like a Hall of Famer. When the Chiefs lose, it's because the refs are out to screw Kansas City. Sunday in Cincinnati, it was clear to Patrick Mahomes' loudmouth fiancée that the refs were out to get the Chiefs and has determined that her meal ticket was "screwed" out of the No.

Patrick Mahomes' fiancée Brittany Matthews rips officiating in Chiefs loss

Brittany Matthews has a bone to pick with the officiating crew from Sunday's Chiefs-Bengals game. The fiancée of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes laid into the refs Sunday on Twitter, stating Kansas City "got screwed" in the Bengals' 34-31 win.

Brittany Matthews furious at refs over Chiefs loss to Bengals

Brittany Matthews, the fiancée of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, wasn't happy with the refs in the team's loss to the Bengals. The Bengals got was felt like dozens of plays from the goal-line to defeat the Chiefs. Eventually, Cincinnati prevailed to win the AFC North thanks to a last-second field goal by rookie Evan McPherson.

Brittany Matthews Goes on Twitter Rant Amid Chiefs Loss to Bengals

Patrick Mahomes fiancée Brittany Matthews has become a very passionate Kansas City Chiefs fan, as you'd expect, and she was fired up toward the end of the team's Week 17 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. As we know, some calls didn't go Kansas City's way throughout the game - particularly in the fourth quarter.

You decide . . .