“It’s the No. 1 outside stadium I’ve ever been in” in terms of noise, said Colts interim coach Bruce Arians, who coached running backs for the Chiefs from 1989-92.
“The only place that was even close, when I was in Kansas City, we went to Buffalo and Jim Kelly and those guys, we played them on Monday night in Kansas City,” he said. “Then we went there for the playoffs and they were rocking our buses. We could hardly get in the parking lot.”
All that ruckus in Kansas City seems to be a thing of the past, washed away by an on-field product that has been dull, inept and unsuccessful.
These days, you could probably hear a baby rattle in the upper deck.
“You’re supposed to have a home-field advantage with the Chiefs. It’s been that way for years,” said linebacker Derrick Johnson, who’s been around long enough to remember some of them.