Bengals security had to apologize for how loud PBS is while team preps for AFC title game

Bengals security had to apologize for how loud PBS is while team preps for AFC title game
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The Cincinnati Bengals are doing everything they can to make sure the players are ready for Arrowhead Stadium during Sunday’s AFC championship game.

That includes practicing out in temperatures well below freezing on Wednesday with simulated crown noise pumping through Paul Brown Stadium.

Arrowhead Stadium is, after all, one of the loudest places on the planet during a Chiefs home game, which probably gets turned up a notch during the playoffs.

And crowd noise, at least in part, played a role in Joe Burrow taking nine sacks during his team’s divisional round win over the Tennessee Titans to make it to this point.

ESPN’s Michele Steele even said Bengals security apologized to passerby for the disturbance:

Whether this sort of prep works could decide if the team heads to the Super Bowl or starts thinking about things like the draft.

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