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Star NFL QB Going Viral After His Wife Admits She Dated His Backup to Make Him Jealous

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Ask any married man about his deepest fears, and most will probably admit to some variation of their wife embarrassing them or shaming them in a very public fashion.

Fortunately, most men are not public figures — or Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks — and thus, the average podcast isn’t terribly interested in what their spouses have to say.

That same comfort cannot be offered to Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matt Stafford, whose wife Kelly recently caused quite a stir on social media after she shared some details about their early relationship.

Speaking on the June 11 episode of “Off the Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe,” Mrs. Stafford spoke about a wide variety of topics.

You can watch the entire episode below, but see if you can catch the part that fans have been getting hung up on:

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The wide-ranging conversation between Kelly Stafford and television personality Kaitlyn Bristowe began with a discussion about Kelly’s relationship with Matthew, with whom she has four children.

“Long story short, [it] wasn’t that cute of a relationship at first,” Stafford explained. “I hated him, I loved him.”

While many might consider that a hallmark of young love, Kelly Stafford’s next move raised quite a few eyebrows on social media.

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“I dated the backup [quarterback] to piss him off,” Stafford said. “Which … worked.”

After Bristowe commented that “that’ll do it,” Stafford elaborated.

“[The backup] was the bad boy, too,” Stafford continued. “Matthew’s so sweet, and Southern gentleman, and all that stuff. And the backup was the complete opposite.

“Ooh. And it upset [Matt Stafford], which [means] it worked, thankfully,” Stafford continued.

Kelly Stafford then revealed when her future beau would reach his breaking point with these shenanigans.

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“So they lived in the same dorm, because athletes lived in the same dorm.

“He would see my car there. And so at one point, he like waited, and followed me out and got in my car and wouldn’t get out,” she said. “I was like, ‘Get out of my car,’ and he’s like, ‘He’s not right for you.’

“And I’m like you, ‘You can’t tell me that.'”

Kelly Stafford also noted that, at the time, Matthew was dating “12s out of 10 … supermodels” as the star quarterback for the University of Georgia Bulldogs.

Stafford’s comments swiftly gained traction on social media, where many had leaped to the conclusion that she actually slept with the backup quarterback.

A prominent NFL content creator on X with over 400,000 followers shared a snippet of Stafford’s comments, and, well, just look at the comments:

One X user wondered aloud, “Why say any of this…”

A different X user flat-out stated, “Gotta stay away from these types.”

“Why would you embarrass your husband and family publicly like this???” asked another X user.

“They have 4 daughters together, and their mom is still going around talking like this,” another X user chided. “Embarrassing.”

And those are just the responses fit for reprint (as mentioned above, many people are erroneously claiming that Kelly Stafford was sleeping with Matthew’s backup. She has only admitted to “dating” the backup).

The rest of the conversation covered a number of other topics, including Kelly Stafford’s battle with cancer (she publicly revealed a brain tumor in 2019, which she had removed) and postpartum depression.


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Bryan Chai has written news and sports for The Western Journal for more than five years and has produced more than 1,300 stories. He specializes in the NBA and NFL as well as politics.
Bryan Chai has written news and sports for The Western Journal for more than five years and has produced more than 1,300 stories. He specializes in the NBA and NFL as well as politics. He graduated with a BA in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona. He is an avid fan of sports, video games, politics and debate.
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