Brittany Matthews vs. Brittany Williams: WAGs of AFC Championship battle

Sunday night’s AFC Championship game will either end with Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs making a return trip to the Super Bowl, or Josh Allen leading the Buffalo Bills to their first Super Bowl since the 1993-94 season.

Off the field, however, another competition is brewing: The battle of the Brittanys.

Brittany Matthews, the fiancée of Mahomes, is always a game-day staple, as is Brittany Williams, Allen’s favorite fan.

Best game-day gear

No one does game-day style quite like Williams.

The pilates instructor always rocks blue and red to cheer on the Bills, and most recently, sported a custom jacket with Allen’s name and jersey number, 17, featured on the back.

“Thank you, next….,” Williams captioned an Instagram post from early January.

The Bills defeated the Indianapolis Colts, 27-24, in the Wild-Card round of the NFL playoffs on Jan. 9. Last week, they topped the Baltimore Ravens, 17-3, in the Divisional round.

Best suite snaps

Matthews, 25, always watches Mahomes and the Chiefs in style.

The personal trainer, who is also expecting a baby girl with Mahomes, 25, regularly shares photos from her suite at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.

“Game Day pics coming at ya a little different this year! But that’s okay cause GO CHIEFSSSS❤️? #RunItBack,” Matthews wrote in September.

Last week, Matthews shared another photo from her box, where she rocked a red top, black pants, and a jacket with Mahomes’ jersey number, 15, on the back.

Best sideline shot

Before kickoff in 2019, Williams took a quick photo with Allen, 24, on the sideline at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.

“GAME TIME,” she wrote. “Lets go buffalo.”

During another 2019 game, Williams sported white knee-high boots with jeans and an Allen jersey, as she greeted the 6-foot-5 quarterback on the field at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

“Thankful for YOU! ♥️♥️♥️ lets go 17!” she posted at the time.

Best game-day celebration

Mahomes ended the 2019-20 NFL season in February as the MVP of Super Bowl LIV, when the Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers, 31-20.

The 6-foot-3 quarterback celebrated with Matthews on the field at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.

“You & this team deserved this?❤️,” Matthews posted to Instagram at the time.

The couple later continued their post-Super Bowl victory lap in Disney World and back home in Kansas City.

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