Gracie Hunt, daughter of Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, send a massage to fans after Miami Dolphins clash

Gracie Hunt, daughter of Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, commended the steadfast supporters who stood with their team on Saturday despite the chilly weather in Kansas City.

The wildcard triumph over the Miami Dolphins occurred in minus four degrees at Arrowhead Stadium. It felt significantly colder, with a wind chill of – 27 degrees.

Hunt uploaded a series of images at the game with her family on Instagram, expressing her admiration for the supporters.

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‘The playoff triumph on Monday feels different,’ she wrote. ‘I’m always impressed by the Chiefs fan base.’

‘Chiefs Kingdom is very unique. Thank you for coming out this weekend and braving the weather. You are the genuine MVPs!

The weather did not deter 76,416 Chiefs supporters from rallying to support their team as they easily trounced Miami and a returning Tyreek Hill.

The cold conditions even caused Chiefs coach Andy Reid’s mustache to freeze into icicles.

Meanwhile, popstar and Travis Kelce cheerleader Taylor Swift handed her scarf to a fan in an adjacent section to help them stay warm.

Despite missing nearly half of his attempts, Patrick Mahomes led the Chiefs to a landslide victory. He went 23 of 41 for 262 yards and a touchdown.

Running back Isiah Pacheco led them in rushing yards with 89, and wide receiver Rashee Rice led in receiving yards with 130. Both men scored touchdowns to help their team win.

The Chiefs are waiting to see who wins Monday night’s game between the Buffalo Bills and the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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