The Kansas City Chiefs and their fans are experiencing something that they are not accustomed to--success. After a gritty 24-7 win over the Oakland Raiders the team is one of the last undefeated teams in the NFL. So yeah, I'd say the fans in Arrowhead have plenty to cheer about.
Some of them thought so too. In fact, they thought the team would give them so much to cheer for against the Raiders that they could break the crowd noise record set by the Seattle Seahawks crowd earlier this season.
Not even close; the Seattle crowd set the mark at 136.6 decibels. Maybe they should have tested the crowd during this play. The laughter might have been loud enough to get the job done.
UPDATE, 6:38 PM ET: As it turns out the Chiefs did indeed set the record. Following the end of the game the Chiefs tweeted that success was indeed achieved:
RECORD BROKEN! 137.5 DECIBELS! #LoudAndProud
— Kansas City Chiefs (@KCChiefs) October 13, 2013
So congratulations to the Arrowhead crowd. Okay Seattle--noise meter is in your court now.