Matthew Stafford‘s daughters were some of his biggest fans in the crowd at the Super Bowl on Feb. 13 as he and the Los Angeles Rams took on the Cincinnati Bengals. The 34-year-old quarterback’s four girls, including four-year-old twins Chandler and Sawyer, Hunter, 3, and one-year-old Tyler, were watching the exciting game with their mom Kelly and looked like they were having the time of their lives as they cheered on their dad. One of his daughters gave her mom a big hug after the QB threw the first touchdown pass of the game, which was caught by Odell Beckham Jr.
Kelly Stafford celebrates with her daughter after her husband threw a touchdown ❤️ pic.twitter.com/MLsMdXwl6l
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Before they were spotted at the Super Bowl, Kelly and her daughters have showed support for Matthew by attending other games and posing for pics that appear on social media. In Sept., the doting wife posted several photos of her, Matthew, and the girls sharing special moments at Rams games in the past. In the snapshots, which can be seen below, the look-alike sisters are all wearing their father’s team colors, blue and yellow, and smiling from ear to ear as they take in the special moments they were a part of.
Just a few days before the Super Bowl, Kelly also shared a photo that proved she’s just like any other mom. The pic showed her kids happily posing after having a bath and looking so clean. “I bathed my kids during Super Bowl week… huge win in my book. #proudmommoment 😜,” she joked in the caption.
Matthew opened up about his family and how it affected them when he signed with the Rams and had to move to California in 2021, in an interview SiriusXM NFL Radio. “You know if you don’t have the energy to move your wife and four kids and a dog and everybody out to California, you’re in a lot of trouble,” he cheekily said in the interview. “So it’s definitely reenergized me. I’m excited about the opportunity, not only from a family standpoint but really from a football standpoint.”