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Loud and Proud

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As a Seattle Seahawk fan and season ticket holder, I thought it was fun that we were able to break the world record and hold the title of World’s Loudest Crowd Roar at a Sports Stadium on Sunday September 15, 2013. More importantly, the Seahawks beat the San Francisco 49ers 29-3.

Of course our record-breaking night caused backlash from San Francisco fans who thought it was rude to be so loud (49er fan complaint letter) and Kansas City’s response was to say they would break the record on October 13, 2013 when they hosted the Oakland Raider, which they did:  Kansas City Chiefs top Seahawks record

Up next is Clemson who wants to beat the record when they play Florida State: Clemson Attempts to Break Crowd Noise Record

Seattle’s response to all of this noise?  Another attempt to break the record on December 2, when we host the New Orleans Saints for Monday Night Football. (Report: Guinness Oks another 12th Man attempt)

For as much fun as it was to break the record, it was much more exciting to watch the Seahawks demoralize the 49ers so bad that it carried over to the following week.  I also feel like Seattle has lead other football teams and their fan bases into this previously unchartered territory of beating Guinness Book of World Records.  As the leader for this movement, I don’t feel the need to go back and beat the record again.  We did it first, and we broke the record twice in one game when we did it. Kansas City didn’t do that. We’ll see what Clemson does.

Right now, I want to watch my Seahawks win the NFC West Division and get home field advantage in the playoffs. Maybe then we can break the record for Loudest Crowd Roar during the playoffs.





Written by rachel

October 20, 2013 at 2:15 pm

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