Chiefs fans at Arrowhead Stadium are no strangers to having a good time during the game, and apparently that's no different in the family suites. Throughout the Chiefs' exciting 23-20 AFC Championship win over the Bengals, those in attendance in Patrick Mahomes' suite were having quite the party, according to his dad. While speaking to 670 The Score's Parkins and Spiegel Show on Monday, Pat Mahoms Sr. explained what it was like to be watching his son play a legacy-defining game, and how he celebrated every time they scored a touchdown.
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"Oh yeah, drinking champaign and a little bit of Patron," he said. "A few Coors Lights. We took a Patron shot every time we scored a touchdown, scored points. So I had a few of those and a couple Coors Lights, so you know – it is what it is ... Me and all his buddies that he went to college with, and played high school ball with, we all have a little shot. A toast. And then we go back to our seats and wait for the next one. Some of those days can't be long, because they've been known to score 50 or so points in a game. Fortunately his wife Brittany, when she sees me have a few too many, she gets somebody to drive me home. So I didn't have to walk."
Hopefully he also had a few water bottles on the night stand for Monday morning. The good news is that they all have an extra week to recover in time for the Super Bowl.