If the Kansas City Chiefs win Super Bowl LVII over the Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday, Patrick Mahomes already knows how he’ll be celebrating.
Mahomes spoke with Cooper Manning, brother of Super Bowl champions Peyton and Eli Manning, during the opening night of the Super Bowl in Arizona on Monday, and was impressed with his outfit.
Manning sported complete cowboy gear, from hat to boots.
Those boots became the topic of conversation, and since both sides know what it’s like to celebrate a Super Bowl victory (Manning may not have played, but he sure did celebrate with his brothers), the topic of stuffing cowboy boots of Manning with «cold Coors Lights» appeared
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«After the Super Bowl, if you bring that thing in there and we win, I’ll drink the beer in the trunk with you,» Mahomes promised Manning.
For content’s sake, it would be great to see. But there’s no guarantee that Mahomes’ Chiefs can beat the NFC powerhouse that is the Eagles.
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They’ve beaten the New York Giants and San Francisco 49ers to get here, and outfield partner Jalen Hurts, who Mahomes was seen talking to a group during their time together on stage Monday, wants a taste of Super Bowl victory. for the first time.
But, if Mahomes gets that second ring, the champagne will pop and the beers will flow. He just has to make sure he’s hygienic if Manning really does bring her boot to the party.
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«I have to make sure you wash your socks before we do that,» he said with a laugh.
If there’s a celebration, the Chiefs are going to need that classic Mahomes magic. He is still dealing with the high ankle sprain he sustained in the divisional round against the Jacksonville Jaguars. It was evident in the AFC Championship Game against the Cincinnati Bengals, but he still managed to lead his team to victory in the final seconds to send them to the Super Bowl once again.
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Given time to heal, Mahomes could return to his normal self on Sunday at the start.