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Former Chiefs player says Joe Burrow is in for ‘rude awakening’ at Arrowhead

Former Kansas City Chiefs kicker Lawrence Tynes says that Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow is in for a “rude awakening” for his comments regarding the noise in NFL stadiums.

The Cincinnati Bengals are one win away from reaching the Super Bowl for the first time since 1988. All they have to do is defeat the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game at the notoriously loud Arrowhead Stadium.

During the regular-season, Burrow told reporters that “it gets way louder in the SEC than in any of these NFL stadiums.” That quote has since resurfaced with Burrow set to play at Kansas City, and former Chiefs kicker Lawrence Tynes tweeted out that the Bengals quarterback is in for a “rude awakening.”

Former Chiefs player says Joe Burrow in for ‘rude awakening’ at Arrowhead Stadium

Burrow’s comments came from an interview with NBC Sports’ Peter King that was published on Oct. 25, after the Bengals defeated the rival Baltimore Ravens 41-17 on the road.

The Bengals quarterback was asked about playing at Arrowhead with the AFC title on the line, and he said that he expects Arrowhead to be “very loud.” You can listen to Burrow’s comments in the video below, courtesy of KMBC in Kansas City.

This is not the first time this year that the Bengals and Chiefs faced off. Back in Week 17, Cincinnati defeated Kansas City 34-31 behind a 446-yard, four-touchdown performance by Burrow to win the AFC North title. The win came at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.

To advance to Super Bowl 56, they have to overcome the Chiefs and the loud fans in attendance. The Bengals even simulated Arrowhead Stadium’s noise during practice to prepare to the big game.

The AFC Championship Game will kick off at 3:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, Jan. 30. The winner will face either the Los Angeles Rams or San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl 56.

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