Patrick Mahomes seems to be enjoying his early offseason with his fiancée, Brittany Matthews. The couple recently spent time in Sin City. While in town for the Pro Bowl, the Chiefs quarterback took advantage of the glorified exhibition game to get in some relaxing time with his significant other. Matthews captured the moment and shared it on Instagram, and predictably, the public was all too happy to share their opinion.
NFL Twitter reacts to Patrick Mahomes and Brittany Matthews' Vegas Instagram post
If you're not wrestling with white tigers and Mike Tyson, are you enjoying all that Vegas has to offer? Many Twitter users had some thoughts. Some commented on the quarterback's choice of company. Most, however, reacted to Number 15's "special" facial expression for the camera.
How about that ride in -- that's why they call it "Sin City."
Nevada has been a recreational state since 2017.
Gone fishin', gone with ganja -- it's all the same at this point as Mahomes closes this chapter of the 2021-22 NFL season.
Visine certainly does not hurt for business in recreational states.
It's 2022. It's normal to wear sunglasses outdoors at night—nothing to see here, literally.
God forbid NFL Twitter included something related to football. But that second half in the AFC Championship game by the Chiefs offense was puzzling.
The fashion police can come for everyone -- even NFL and Super Bowl MVPs.
Others echoed the sentiment that anyone rich and famous would be doing the same thing Mahomes and Matthews are doing in Vegas.
Vegas is still one of the last places on Earth where smoking indoors is encouraged. It's a far cry from the days when people could smoke on airplanes.
As far as weekends go in Las Vegas, if the only thing the Chiefs quarterback caught was flack for his photo, it's a win compared to other possible things that could have happened in Sin City.
Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs' season may be over, but the team will next look to the NFL draft, as well as the free agency period, to reload their roster for another run at the Super Bowl.
Meanwhile, the NFL world awaits for Super Bowl LVI between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, February 13, 2022, at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.