Bengals fiancée linebacker relives playoff win over Chiefs


The Bengals and their biggest fans are still salivating after Sunday’s AFC Championship win.

In the days following Cincinnati’s 27-24 overtime win over the Kansas City Chiefs, Morgan Mead, the fiancée of Bengals linebacker Logan Wilson, shared an Instagram video recap of the wild weekend.

“It was FUN #superbowl #cincinnati #bengals #itisus,” Mead captioned the video.

At the start of the clip, Mead is seen dancing in front of a tailgate outside Arrowhead Stadium, where she watched the game with Olivia Holzmacher, the girlfriend of Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow.

Morgan Mead attends the AFC Championship game between the Bengals and the Chiefs
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Mead shared a kiss with her fiancé Logan Wilson after the Bengals win over the Chiefs
Mead shared a kiss with her fiancé Logan Wilson after the Bengals win over the Chiefs
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Mead, the owner of clothing company FanGirl Clothing, also had a nice post-game moment with Wilson, 25, who greeted his bride-to-be with a kiss.

“WE’RE GOING TO THE SUPER BOWL,” Mead exclaimed on Instagram on Monday.

Mead and Holzmacher hit the road throughout the playoffs to support the Bengals in their playoff push. In Cincinnati’s Divisional Round game against the Titans, the duo traveled to Tennessee, where the Bengals upset the AFC’s top seeded team.

“We’re leaving Nashville winner chicken dinners!!!!” Mead celebrated on Instagram at the time.

Bengals linebacker Logan Wilson during the Bengals' Divisional Round victory over the Titans in January 2022
Bengals linebacker Logan Wilson during the Bengals’ Divisional Round victory over the Titans in January 2022
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Mead (right) hit the Bengals game at Tennessee in January 2022 with Olivia Holzmacher (center), the girlfriend of quarterback Joe Burrow
Mead (right) hit the Bengals game at Tennessee in January 2022 with Olivia Holzmacher (center), the girlfriend of quarterback Joe Burrow
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Mead, who got engaged to Wilson in February 2021, will likely have a front-row seat on February 13 when the Bengals take on the Rams at SoFi Stadium in Super Bowl 56.



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