Trey Flowers has entered the discussion for best player on the Patriots defense. And with that territory comes questions about Trey Flowers’ girlfriend. Short answer: If there is one, he sure as hell isn’t talking about it. So with that in mind, we’ll do what we’ve done before, and we’ll play matchmaker for the rising star.
Trey Flowers’ girlfriend needs to be someone who understands the pressures of running into people on a constant basis. Now, since there is no evidence Trey dates anyone, we are once again going to recommend a lady. Of course, there’s two different ways to go on this. The first way is to introduce him to a woman who already dates or dated a Patriot. This way is easy since she has experience with NFL players and is likely still regionally accessible. The second method is to recommend a generally hot woman and tell him to go to her location. It’s much more difficult but can pay off hugely.
First, I recommend Malcolm Mitchell’s girlfriend Georgia Pirkle. I think she’s great. Don’t get all up in arms about this either, dear readers. All Trey has to do is get to know her, become friends, and simply wait until she breaks up with Malcolm. Now, I’m not saying that will happen, but it could, and when it does Trey could always just swoop in. If Trey Flowers’ girlfriend turned out to be Georgia, hypothetically, he would have a treasure indeed. Georgia always fits well in any social situation, and she seems like a really fun and cool person. Love always trumps locker room chemistry.
My backup pick for Trey Flowers’ girlfriend is a bit of a long shot, but I want to go ahead and highlight her beauty. It’s Meri Manziel, Johnny Manziel’s sister. I love this lady. I think she’s charming, and she definitely understands the NFL is a high pressure job. She values family because she constantly posts pictures of them. Meri also loves vacations in cold climes, which makes her ideal for late season Patriots games. It gets very cold at Gillette Stadium. Plus, Johnny would support the pairing because he would look up to Trey for being a successful NFL player.