Seahawks fans set Guinness World Record for crowd noise — again

 Give us that record back, damn it.

During the second quarter of the Monday Night Football game against New Orleans, thousands of rabid Seahawks fans at CenturyLink Field just set a world record for crowd noise for the second time in three months.

Below is verification from the team’s Twitter account, showing a decibel reading of 137.6. It narrowly beats Kansas City’s record 137.5 decibles set in October.

Looks like the record was broken after Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin pulled in a 52-yard catch midway through the second quarter.

Seattle’s fans first broke a two-year-old record by reaching 136.6 decibles during a September home victory over San Francisco, but the Chiefs fans set a new mark last month.

The Seahawks ended up crushing the Saints, 34-7. Meanwhile, fans were so loud Monday night that they registered seismic activity.

  • Kellen

    Arrowhead was the loudest stadium in the NFL before Centurylink was even built.

    • Guest

      That’s nice. Kansas City was the mohahahahahahaha

      Sorry. At least Kansas City is known for having the behahahahahahaha

      Excuse me. I’ll always admire Kansas Cihahahahahaha

      Oh. According to Wikipedia, the only thing Kansas City had was the loudest stadium record, and now Seattle has taken it.

      P.S. Kansas City still leads the way at trying to troll more successful cities’ tech blohahahahahahahaha

      • Kellen

        Congrats on your noise record and your empty trophy case. What exactly are you measuring success on anyway?

  • charles

    loudest Kansas city

  • big will

    Let’s go 49ers, let’s go Ducks, and let’s go NBA in general

  • Kenneth Hagist

    This just seems silly. Its like a d@ck measuring contest playing out in real life. And Kellen, the past doesn’t matter to anyone, prove your the loudest stadium, don’t tell us you used to be. Lame.

    • Kellen

      We will prove it next season. We actually hit 137.76 during the November 10th game but the Guinness rep stopped measuring after we broke the record. Kenneth the past doesn’t matter to you because you would like to forget it.

      • Kellen

        Sorry, October 10th game.

        • Kenneth Hagist

          Wow Kellen, you can have the record if you really want it that bad (you must have a really small d@ck if you need to measure it this badly), Seattle and the Seahawks will take the Super Bowl. Good Day lame one.

          • Kellen

            Funny how the only one talking about dicks is you. The fact that you are so interested in other men’s dicks says a lot about you. Have fun being disappointed again. Seahawks = ring less wonders.

          • Kenneth Hagist

            HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

            LO-WHO-SA-HER!!!!!

          • Kellen

            This is year one of a “rebuilding year”. The Seahawks have been prepetual losers up until a couple of years ago. Talk all you want but you still don’t have any Championships. Ringless wonders=Seachickens

          • Kenneth Hagist

            Ha! make all the excuses you want loser. You and your team choked!! Up until a couple a years ago is not accurate, The Seahawks played in the Super Bowl in 2005 and have been in the playoffs almost every year since 2003 and multiple times in the 1980s. The FACT is, the chiefs have the 2nd longest Superbowl drought. You must have rung in the New Year like it was 1970. HAHAHAHAH Choke HAHAHAHA Choke, says the prepetual king of losers

          • Kellen

            Your team has never won a Super Bowl and those are the facts. Getting there means nothing if you don’t have a ring. Plus the Chiefs all time record is better than the Seahawks. Sorry if you’re not into facts. Fiction probably works better for your fan base anyway.

          • Smart KC fan

            Here it is simply. Since the Seahawks joined the NFL in 1976 they have 13 playoff appearances to KC’s 12. The Seahawks have 8 division titles to the Chiefs 5. The Seahawks have 9 playoff wins and KC only has 3. The Chiefs haven’t been good since the internet. To rep the Chiefs from when they were good, you would need a typewriter. Give the Seahawks 54 years to win one Super Bowl. It hasn’t even been 40. Quit repping a Super Bowl you weren’t alive to watch.

          • Kellen

            The internet was around before 2003. If you were actually a “Smart KC Fan” you would remember the Dick Vermil Era when we has one of the most potent offenses in the NFL. If you take the stats from after 1976 you cut out many of the Chiefs best years. The NFL records also don’t take into account the AFL years.

          • Kenneth Hagist

            Keeeeelllllleeeeennnn oh Keeeeeellllleeeeennnnn!

          • Kellen

            Well you finally have something to put in that empty trophy case. Congrats.

          • Smart KC Fan

            Kenneth, Seattle continues to be better than us. You should keep talk trash. I would if the Chiefs were any good, but they are just giant chokers. I am embarrassed to be a fan at times. Any room on that Seahawks bandwagon? I am about to jump off this KC ship.

          • Kellen

            Please jump off the KC ship. We don’t like bandwagon fans anyway. Apparently your loyalty would be better suited as a Seahawks fan. I am embarrassed that you claim to be a KC fan. As a season ticket holder of over a decade I don’t think you are enough of a fan to even claim being a Chiefs fan. We have one of the best fan bases in the NFL but you definitely aren’t part of that.

          • Kenneth Hagist

            How did the c@ckmeat sandwich taste Kellen? I think I heard you choking on it over all the superbowl partying last Sunday night. Good thing our trophy case is so big, we’ll be able put many more Lombardi trophies up in there in the coming decade. Your trophy case must have been custom made for only one Lombardi. But KC does have Google fiber and the MLS cup. So you have that going for you which, is ya know, “nice.”

          • Kellen

            I’ll save the c@ckmeat sandwiches for you. We have one trophy and now you do as well. The fact of the matter is our franchise is better than yours. The Chiefs are deep with history and tradition, the Seahawks not so much. Look at all the hall of famers that have worn the red and gold. Hell the AFC Championship trophy is needed after our founder. Your team has had a “fan base” for just over a decade. Get over yourself.

          • Kenneth Hagist

            Again comparing history before we were even a franchise, how lame. As Smart KC fan pointed out, The Seahawks have been a better franchise than yours since our team came into the league. Get back to me after you done something RECENT. nobody really cares about something from 40 years ago. And if you truly knew anything about Seattle, you’d know that our fan base has been around for longer than 10 years. Get over yourself after you’ve dislodged the Seahawks meat deep in your throat.

          • Kellen

            We have a better winning percentage all time and we have played more games. Someone that doesn’t care about history shows lack of respect for the game. I guess if I was a Seahawks fan I would ignore history as well. We will see you in Arrowhead next season. When we beat you make sure you come back to chat.

          • Kenneth Hagist

            I guess you truly can’t argue with a moron! Or that meat lodged in your throat is creating a lack of oxygen to your small brain. Why don’t you look up the winning percentage for both teams SINCE the Seahawks came into the league. Any stats you use from before that is NOT relevant. I’ll be back to chat either way. Make sure you come back after you sh*t gets pushed in.

          • Kellen

            I’ve tried but you just won’t listen. You sound like a child asking me to insert things into my mouth. Your argument has no basis. That’s like saying nothing mattered before the Seahawks became part of the NFL. I have excluded the multiple AFL championships the Chiefs had because it doesn’t pertain to the NFL. What is the records since 1976 if you are so sure of yourself?

          • Kenneth Hagist

            Kellen… you CAN argue things mattered before the Seahawks became part of the NFL, but once you start comparing teams, using things from before the Seahawks even existing is stupid, how can the Seahawks compete when they didn’t even exist?? Congratulations, your city got a football Franchise before Seattle, throw yourself a parade. HOoRAY!! You’re comparing apples and oranges. BUT, since you want to do that, a little investigating at profootballhof.com will tell you the facts. Since 1970, KC has 0.488 winning % in regular season, and a terrible 3-13 record in the playoffs. Their overall winning % is 0.481 since the 1970 season. In the same time (with 6 less seasons), the Seahawks have a 0.492 winning % (better) and are 12-12 in the playoffs (better) with 2 super appearances and 1 Lombardi (Better compared to KC’s one Super Bowl app and 1 Lombardi). Their Overall winning % is 0.492 (Better). So based on all those Stats, please argue how KC has been a better organization since 1976 or even since 1970. I anxiously await you’re rebuttal.

          • Kellen

            I’m sorry the NFL wasn’t a thing before the Seahawks. Once the Seahawks arrived it was officially a sport people would watch. Thinking the Seahawks are the be all end all of the NFL is what is stupid. The Chiefs have had a strong fan base since the beginning of the franchise unlike the Seahawks. When did you become a Seahawks fan anyway?

          • Kenneth Hagist

            No one (nor me) is arguing the NFL wasn’t a thing or didn’t matter before Seahawks, nor are we arguing that the Seahawks are the “be all end all of the NFL.” All I’ve pointed out, strengthen and echoed via facts provided by one of your own fans, is that Seahawks have preformed markedly better than KC both on and off the field since 1976. I became a Seahawks fan when I moved to Seattle at 5 years old. Since then I’ve seen 12 playoff wins, 2 SuperBowl appearances, and 1 SuperBowl Championship win. How many have you playoff losses have seen since you were born??? How many were one and done aka choke?

          • Kellen

            I would hardly call him a fan. He literally said he wanted to jump on the Seahawks bandwagon. Maybe you are a truly a passionate lifelong Seahawks fan and I have you pegged wrong. There just seems to be a lot of “Seahawk fans” lately. I have been disappointed in my team many times but that doesn’t change the fact that through thick and thin, bad and good I will always be a Chiefs fan. This season will be no different, even though I am more than disappointed by the loss in Indy, you will find me in section 106 of Arrowhead. Go Chiefs!