The Seattle Seahawks set the Guinness World Record for loudest crowd roar at an outdoor stadium during their week two game against the San Francisco 49ers at CenturyLink Field with a howl registering at 136.6 decibels
The Kansas City Chiefs broke that record on October 13th against the Oakland Raiders with a roar of 137.5.
Seattle re-broke the record earlier this week with a slightly louder bellow of 137.6 decibels against the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football.
Not to feel left out, the Saints are going to be attempting a record of their own on Sunday – loudest crowd roar at an indoor stadium, according to Mike Florio at NBC Sports.
Sensing a trend here?
The Guinness World Record for the feat New Orleans will be attempting to break was set by the Sacramento Kings back in mid-November against the Detroit Pistons, registering at 126 decibels.
The attempt really couldn’t come at a better time as the Carolina Panthers come to the Superdome tied atop the NFC South with the Saints at 9-3. Every little bit helps, right?
Sacramento’s arena – while a more condensed space – seats only roughly 17,000. The Superdome will be packed with as many as 72,000 Saints’ faithful for the nationally televised Sunday Night Football game.