Yesterday the Buffalo Bills fans were extremely loud but they were not louder than the Kansas City Chiefs fans who set a record with 142.2 decibels. The Bills fans were almost 20 decibels short.
Fans registered 118.8 decibels during player introductions; 121.2 after the National Anthem; and 122.2 after the Bills took a first-quarter lead with a two-yard touchdown run by Karlos Williams. A second-half peak of 122.9 decibels was reached after Sammy Watkins caught a 24-yard touchdown pass late in the fourth-quarter to bring the Bills to within five points. It was still loud enough to leave a ringing in the ears.
Joseph Popiolkowski – The Buffalo News
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