Sports: Oakland Raiders Face Noisy Welcome at Arrowhead Stadium


Arrowhead Stadium in Missouri bills itself as the NFL's loudest stadium. Photo Credit: Conman 33.

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The Oakland Raiders and their fans will face a hostile enrironment at Arrowhead Stadium, where the heavily favoured  Kansas City Chiefs are out to avenge their 24 – 20 loss to the Raiders on 20 November.

Arrowhead Stadium has long billed itslf as the loudest stadium in the NFL.

More important to the Raider Nation, however, is not how loud the fans are but how well the 2 – 11 Oakland Raiders perform on the field against their old American Football League rivals, the Kansas City Chiefs, who go into the game with a 7 – 6 record.

So far, the Raiders have won only 2 games this season, one against the Kansas City Chiefs and one against the San Francisco 49ers – 2 of their fiercest rivals.

Both games were played at Oaktown's notorious Black Hole. The Raiders have yet to win a game on the road this season.

A second win against Kansas City in Kansas City following their defeat of San Francisco last week would go a long way toward salvaging what has so far been a lacklustre season.

The rivalry between the Oakland Raiders and the Kansas City Chiefs goes back 50 years. There is definitely no love lost between these two American football teams!

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