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When the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Oakland Raiders 24-7 on Sunday, two things happened. They went to 6-0 on the season and they became the loudest stadium in the world. Just four weeks ago the Seattle Seahawks were given the title with noise from the crowd at 136.6 decibels. The Chiefs broke that Sunday.

A representative from the Guinness Book of World records was at Arrowhead Stadium to record the mark of 137.5 decibels as the Chiefs fans were celebrating in the fourth quarter. Philip Robertson, the rep from Guinness, said the fans screamed for such a long time setting the new mark, probably screaming longer than he had heard in Seattle just four weeks prior.