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Old 10-22-2015, 04:02 PM  
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid kicked off the practice week Wednesday with his standard remarks to the media before a game at Arrowhead Stadium.

“We look forward to playing the Pittsburgh Steelers," Reid said. “We know they’re a good football team and we’ll welcome them into Arrowhead here."

In this case, Reid needs to be careful what he wishes for. Arrowhead could be more hospitable to the road team on Sunday than the Chiefs.

Steelers fans traditionally travel en masse to road games. Pittsburgh fans had a particularly large presence at the Steelers’ last road game, a Monday Night Football game on Oct. 12 at San Diego.

The Steelers are used to that sort of thing.

“I definitely think it’s consistent that you see Steelers fans at away games all the time," Pittsburgh running back Le’Veon Bell said. “There are Steelers fans all over the world and it definitely gets us amped when we come out for warm-ups knowing we’ve still got fans in the stands. It’s definitely a good deal for us.”


Le'Veon Bell had plenty of support from Steelers fans in San Diego. Denis Poroy/AP Photo
The fact that the Chiefs are 1-5 with five straight defeats could further tilt the crowd in favor of the Steelers.

The last home game at Arrowhead, two weeks ago against the Chicago Bears, featured a large number of fans rooting for the road team. Bears fans also traditionally travel well.

So the Chiefs know what the crowd might be like on Sunday.

“We know that there will be a lot of Steelers fans," president Mark Donovan said. “They travel well. They always do."

As for the Chiefs fans, Donovan said, “When you lose four, five in a row, you’re going to see something of a no-show factor."

The Chiefs are 0-2 at home this season, with each game ending in brutal fashion for the home fans. The Chiefs allowed a touchdown in the final minute against the Broncos and Bears to lose each game.

Still, Donovan said he expected plenty of Chiefs fans at the game on Sunday.

“Our fans are supporting us," he said. “They’re out there and they want us to win. We know – Andy knows this, [general manager] John [Dorsey] knows this, [chairman] Clark [Hunt] knows this – we’ve got to win games. The fans deserve better."

The Chiefs are expecting something close to a full house on Sunday. That the Steelers are the road team has a big role in that.

This game, along with those against the Bears and on Sept. 17 against the Denver Broncos, has the highest prices among the Chiefs’ seven regular-season home games, based on their variable pricing plan.

The Chiefs, Donovan said, set a franchise record for single-game ticket revenue for the Broncos game and tied it for the Bears game.

“Pittsburgh will be exactly where those two are," he said.
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Old 10-22-2015, 04:04 PM   #2
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The only fan noise you will hear from chiefs fans is the booing of our offense.
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Old 10-22-2015, 04:31 PM   #3
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Bears game was the weakest crowd I have ever been a part of. Chiefs fans in attendence had no balls, and it was 40% bears fans.
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Old 10-22-2015, 04:33 PM   #4
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I was at the Tyler Palko Steelers game. It was my first game at Arrowhead. Pathetic crowd. Bandwagon city.
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Old 10-22-2015, 05:08 PM   #5
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Old 10-22-2015, 05:17 PM   #8
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Old 10-22-2015, 08:44 PM   #10
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The only fan noise you will hear from chiefs fans is the booing of our offense.

Welp I will be there to do just that.



Am still excited to go though and hope to get meet some of you fine folks from CP.


I hate to go to Chiefs game and watch the Chiefs to lose but kind of hard to get to go to a game and watch them win because they are challenged at that part of the game. If getting rid of Alex Smith at some point and draft a quarterback in the first round means to lose then so be it. I just want take my kids and have a good time not going let them spoil my fun this weekend.

The Chiefs have played the Steelers tough over recent years so I think it's going be a pretty good game even though it could get ugly.


I can't help it I'm a Chiefs fan it is who I am I just want them to win a Super Bowl in my life time is that too much too ask?
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. –
The Chiefs are expecting something close to a full house on Sunday. That the Steelers are the road team has a big role in that.

This game, along with those against the Bears and on Sept. 17 against the Denver Broncos, has the highest prices among the Chiefs’ seven regular-season home games, based on their variable pricing plan.

The Chiefs, Donovan said, set a franchise record for single-game ticket revenue for the Broncos game and tied it for the Bears game.

“Pittsburgh will be exactly where those two are," he said.
So...let me get this straight :

Donovan is basically saying "it doesn't matter if they're Chiefs fans or our opponents'; we're still making money...win or lose."
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