The Seattle Seahawks made a post on social media Thursday that really riled up Kansas City Chiefs fans.
The Seahawks official Twitter account shared a photo of CenturyLink Field for National Poetry Day with a haiku that said the following:
“Sunday Night Football / Seatown is where it goes down / There’s no place LOUDER.”
Kansas City fans, however, remembered that CenturyLink Field no longer holds the record for the loudest place for a football game.
The Chiefs broke a Guinness world record in 2014 with a roar of 142.2 decibels at Arrowhead Stadium to dethrone Seahawks fans, who previously owned the record of 137.6 decibels, set in 2013.
Of course, Chiefs fans trolled the Seahawks Twitter account accordingly:
In Seattle’s defense, the Chiefs do not play until Monday evening against the Washington Redskins. So, technically, Seattle would be the loudest team to play during Sunday Night Football this week.
And take this as you’d like, but Kansas City fans have never stomped their way to a magnitude 1 or 2 fan-generated earthquake.
The Seahawks and Chiefs won’t meet this season to hold a roar-off, but it’s good to see the two fan bases clashing in good spirits once again.
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