Top 100 all-time Kansas City Chiefs moments: 75-51

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KANSAS CITY, MO – SEPTEMBER 29: Kansas City Chiefs Husain Abdullah returns his interception for a pick six running past the New England Patriots’ Danny Amendola, Nate Solder and Ryan Wendell during fourth quarter action at Arrowhead Stadium on September 29, 2014. (Photo by Matthew J. Lee/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

58. Fans set record for loudest outdoor stadium (2014)

The Kansas City Chiefs stadium at One Arrowhead Drive is known for making opponents uncomfortable. There is also no doubt that Chiefs fans are known for several things including amazing tailgating, relentless loyalty and noise.

In Oct. 2013 against the Oakland Raiders, Chiefs Kingdom broke the record for loudest roar in an outside stadium with a mark of 136.6 decibels. That level of loud is about the same as a jet engine taking off, so it is no surprise that hearing protection was passed out for that game.

Yet the Seattle Seahawks, home of the 12th Man, broke the record in December of the same year, narrowly edging the Chiefs with a record of 136.7. The following September, the Chiefs faithful set out to once again reclaim their record. In Sept. 2014 against future Hall of Famer Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, they did just that. During Monday Night Football, the stadium shook to the sound of 142.2 decibels, shattering the previous mark.

As it stands right now, the Seahawks have not tried to retake the record the Chiefs. For the next team that tries to break the record, good luck.

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