The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Oakland Raiders 24-7 on Sunday in record-breaking fashion. Kansas City was hosting a promotion to break the crowd decibel level set by the Seattle Seahawks and succeeded in winning that battle as well, per KCTV5.
On the field, the Chiefs defense was everywhere, sacking Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor 10 times and intercepting him three times as well. The crowd noise appeared to rattle Pryor and the Raiders offensive line, as they were repeatedly flagged for false starts and delays of game.
The Chiefs will host the Houston Texans next week in Game 2 of a three-week home stretch.