Chiefs vs. Cowboys – The Power of Arrowhead


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For Chiefs fans across the country, there is nothing better than coming to see the Chiefs play at home. If you have not been to Arrowhead Stadium, let me paint you a picture.

When you first arrive and get out of your car, you are greeted by the heavenly aroma that is BBQ with the KC twist. Chiefs’ fans are one of a kind, in that they are some of the nicest, most respectful fans in the NFL. People are glad to see you, even if you are wearing the other team’s jersey. There is no game experience better than game day at Arrowhead. Fans know what it is like to watch a game and teams know what it is like to play there.

The first game at Arrowhead was on August 12, 1972, and the city has not looked back. Arrowhead owns the 7th best record in all of football at 106 – 54 (.633), so when teams say that playing at home is important, you can believe that holds true for the Chiefs.

This Sunday, the Cowboys come to Arrowhead for the first home game of the season for Kansas City. The “Sea of Red” is a sight like no other, and as Chief fans, we pride ourselves in being one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL, and any opposing team coming in knows it.

Arrowhead is a special place where we cheer on our Kansas City Chiefs. Through thick and thin, the Arrowhead faithful represent the Chiefs all across the nation, and you can be sure this Sunday it is going to be loud when the Chiefs come home, for the first game at Arrowhead Stadium in 2013.

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