Week 2 of the NFL had its twists and turns, leaving some fans triumphant and others heartbroken.
But regardless of how things shook out for our favorite teams, we can all agree on one thing. Nobody likes a sore loser.
And you won’t believe how this Super Bowl MVP’s brother lashed out after a heartbreaking loss.
Speaking of sore losers, the world is talking about how Jackson Mahomes (brother of Super Bowl LIV MVP Patrick Mahomes, turned Internet celebrity) lashed out at some excited Baltimore Ravens following their last second victory over Mahomes and the Chiefs.
To recap, in case you missed it, the Ravens had a THRILLING victory over the Chiefs despite being down for a large part of the game.
Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson thrilled the home crowd with a touchdown run with only 3:14 left in the game, giving the Ravens their first lead of the night.
Next, Baltimore forced a fumble and then Lamar clutched the win with a game winning first down scramble, giving the Ravens their first win of the season.
Needless to say, M&T Bank Stadium was brought to life and the entire city of Baltimore commenced in celebration.
However, not everyone was so happy.
One such bitter fan was the brother of the defeated quarterback of the Kansas City Chiefs, Jackson Mahomes.
Jackson Mahomes, who has gained a lot of attention in recent years for his flamboyant fashion choices and massive TikTok following, was not happy to see his Super Bowl MVP brother take the L.
To make matters worse, Jackson got the full Baltimore experience when overjoyed Ravens fans began taunting and gloating to him about the heartbreaking loss.
But rather than ignore the gloats, Jackson decided to take his water bottle and pour it all over the Ravens fans in what can be described as a childish temper tantrum.
When asked about this later Jackson Mahomes claimed “they were thirsty.”
This came as a surprise to the sports world and Chiefs fans alike.
Jackson’s brother, Patrick, has already etched his name in the history books with his calm and collected on-field performances and attitude, leading to two Super Bowl performances and a Super Bowl victory.
It’ll be interesting to see how the Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes fare next week against their division rival Los Angeles Chargers.
But before the game perhaps Patrick should have a talk with his little brother about how to lose with a little dignity and grace.
Sports with Balls will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.