Bengals practice with fake crowd noise to prepare for Arrowhead Stadium (video)

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No house discipline benefit? No drawback. At the least, that appears to be the Bengals’ mentality as they practice to face the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium for Sunday’s AFC Championship. 

The sounds of a standard recreation day echoed all through Cincinnati, Ohio, the cheers so loud {that a} Bengals safety guard apologized for the bogus noise. “They’re working towards” was the reason. 

Earlier this week, Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow in contrast the noise in Arrowhead Stadium to faculty street video games within the SEC. 


“Within the SEC, each single week it looks as if each stadium is admittedly loud, there’s a whole lot of 1000’s of individuals,” the previous LSU star said Wednesday. “This one goes to be comparable. We anticipate it to be actually loud, we’re speaking about it all through the week. We’re going to have to be nice with our communication, our non-verbal communication, similar to each week on the street.”

Though Arrowhead Stadium has a capability of greater than 76,000 seats (which is smaller than a majority of SEC soccer stadiums), Guinness World Records listed it because the loudest out of doors sports activities stadium at 142.2 decibels in 2014. 

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