Many people need their coffee to get up and going in the morning. Here at Arrowhead Addict, we understand that for a Chiefs fan, coffee is simply not enough.
Here’s all that’s happening around Chiefs Kingdom this morning.
Welcome to The Morning Fix.
–Tony Romo is worried about playing at Arrowhead Stadium. I repeat, Tony Romo is worried about playing at Arrowhead. In a recent piece from Calvin Watkins of ESPN.com, Romo compared Arrowhead to the Seattle Seahawks‘ stadium, where it also gets very loud:
“I think this team in general, schemewise, they’re nothing like Seattle,” Romo said. “But I think more than anything when you watch [Kansas City], they’re very talented on defense. Their scheme is very tough to deal with, and the environment will be very tough. Putting those three together, it’s going to make for a challenging day, and I think we have to play our best football.”
Romo is basically saying that he believes you, the Addicts, could really impact Dallas’ game in a negative way this Sunday. Need any more reason to get on your feet and cheer?
–Speaking of the game day experience, starting this Sunday, Arrowhead will now be equipped with Wi-Fi, and the Chiefs are rolling out a mobile app. Here’s a bit more on the app in particular, which seems awesome, per a report from Rachel Santschi of KCChiefs.com:
While inside Arrowhead Stadium, this App will allow fans to watch instant replays from multiple camera angles and also see “under-the-hood” replays that cannot be seen anywhere else. In addition, NFL Red Zone will be available; giving fans the chance to check in on all the action from around the NFL. For more information on the app click here.
“This year, at the first regular season game, we will have a full Wi-Fi system in the stadium. Plus, with the Chiefs Mobile App, you will have instant replays on your device. You can watch the NFL Red Zone and track your fantasy football team in stadium,” Chiefs President Mark Donovan noted.
–Finally, it appears as if former coach Todd Haley really did write “Chiefs suck” on a napkin. We’ll have more on that as it becomes available.