No matter what happens on Sunday, this Texas town loves Mahomes

Whitehouse, Texas Loves Patrick Mahomes

That is Patrick Mahomes back when he played for his local high school football team in Whitehouse, Texas. The town is just southeast of Tyler and with a population of around 8,000. The city is all in on the Chiefs on Sunday.

Red and Yellow All Over Whitehouse, Texas Right Now

The town has gone all in on Mahomes mania every time he goes to a Super Bowl and for good reason. Patrick Mahomes is about to play in his fourth Super Bowl, he's not even 30-years-old. No quarterback in NFL history has played in four Super Bowls before turning 30.

Whitehouse Sweet Shop Has Patrick Mahomes Cookies

I won't lie, they did an amazing job making Patrick Mahomes look like a cookie. They're also clearly trying to get the Swifies attention with some of these cookies as well.

Whitehouse, Texas Sports Bar Has a Patrick Mahomes Hot Dog

Apparently the local sports bar has the Mahomes Dog. Pulled bbq pork, pickles, jalapenos & fried egg. Is this a favorite of his? Not sure, but this bar has become an unofficial Chiefs watch party location. They go nuts every week for Mahomes Mania.

Whitehouse, Texas Officially Declares Super Bowl Sunday, Patrick Mahomes Day

The town of Whitehouse has a tradition in the town as well when Patrick Mahomes is in the Super Bowl. It is not Super Bowl Sunday, it is Patrick Mahomes Day. Considering the fact he played football at the local high school, but baseball and basketball as well. He is clearly beloved in the town. No matter what happens on Sunday, I think the town of Whitehouse will have his back at the end of the day.

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