Following November's epic thriller between the Rams and the Chiefs in Los Angeles, where Kansas City fell 54-51, the University of Texas at Tyler grad made sure she was there for her beau following the crushing loss.
The top-seeded Kansas City Chiefs want to reverse decades of home playoff misery on Saturday, but they might have to do it without their best player in the defensive backfield.
The Chiefs put the game out of reach with a 61-yard touchdown drive to go up 31-13.
Andrew Luck was held to 203 yards passing for the Colts, while Marlon Mack was a non-factor on the ground. It marks the fifth time since 2002 that the top two passing touchdown leaders from the regular season will face off in the postseason.
The Chiefs took an early lead in the game and never let up, maintaining a large lead nearly the entire way. He missed the last 15 games of the 2017 season with a torn Achilles and the first 13 games of this season with lingering heel problems. Plenty more to come.
The Chiefs will take on the victor of Sunday's divisional round game between the Patriots and Chargers when Arrowhead Stadium hosts its first AFC Championship game next weekend.