Buffalo Bills Fans Attempt to Break World Record

19 Sep, 2015

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While the reputation for the NFL’s loudest fans usually seems to boil down to the Seattle Seahawks’ and Kansas City Chiefs’ fan bases, fans of the Buffalo Bills will try to usurp both on Sunday during the team’s game against the hated division rival New England Patriots.

Bills fan Brandon Campbell led the effort to raise the $8,000 necessary to get Guinness to bring their staff and equipment to Ralph Wilson Stadium. Like so many modern fund raising efforts, members of the Bills Mafia raised the money in just two days thanks to a GoFundMe page.

Attendees of the Bills-Pats game will be looking to break the current record that Chiefs fans set at Arrowhead Stadium on September 29, 2014. In that game (also against the New England Patriots), Chiefs fans managed to record a roar of 142.2 decibels. To put that into perspective, a jet engine flying 100 feet above ground reaches approximately 140 decibels. Bills fans are going to have to be louder than a jet engine on Sunday but if anything can inspire that level of noise, a Rex Ryan-led team going up against the New England Patriots is as good a bet as any.

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