‘That was pretty cool!’ What Chiefs players shared on social media after beating Bills
The official attendance for the Chiefs’ amazing 42-36 win over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday: 73,242.
The estimated number of people who will say they were at the game a decade from now: 173,242. Yeah, a lot of people are going to say “they were there” even if they were watching on TV.
The Chiefs playoff history with quarterback Patrick Mahomes includes some wild games, but Sunday’s win may have topped them all. After the victory, a number of players shared their thoughts on social media.
Here’s a closer look.
Mahomes tweeted this and shared it to Instagram:
That was pretty cool! #ChiefsKingdom
— Patrick Mahomes II (@PatrickMahomes) January 24, 2022
Safety Armani Watts tweeted this:
We was just in a real life movie tho
— Armani Watts (KCP) (@ArmaniWatts23) January 24, 2022
Defensive tackle Khalen Saunders wondered if Mahomes is indeed human:
At this point Pat can’t be a real person, this man a comic book super hero.
I’m convinced there are other Patrick Mahomes’s in other universes.
They could make a spider man movie bout this mf.
— Sir Bink Wilfork-Saunders (@khalenNOTkaylen) January 24, 2022
Guard Kyle Long retweeted former NASCAR star Clint Bowyer, who had quite the reaction.
— KyleLong.ETH (@Ky1eLong) January 24, 2022
Defensive lineman Chris Jones had a message for Kansas City.
i love you kc! pic.twitter.com/74ARn5eV7L
— Chris Jones (@StoneColdJones) January 24, 2022
Safety Juan Thornhill kept is simple.
Wow is all I have to say… Chiefs win #ChiefsKingdom On to the Next
— The_Juan_And_Only (@Juan_Thornhill) January 24, 2022
Running back Darrel Williams was fired up:
— darrel williams (@darrelwilliams_) January 24, 2022
Rookie center Creed Humphrey shared this on Instagram:
Rookie lineman Trey Smith was in a grateful mood:
Blessed beyond belief! #HowBoutThemChiefs
— Trey Smith (@TreySmith73) January 24, 2022