One of the biggest rivalries in the NFL is adding another chapter this Sunday, when the defending Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots go into Ralph Wilson Stadium to take on the Buffalo Bills. There is a powerful energy in Buffalo this season, especially after a startling 27-14 whooping of the Indianapolis Colts in week 1. Now, Bills fans are setting a new goal against the divisional adversaries!

Right now, according to Guinness, the world record for 'loudest roar at a sports stadium' is Arrowhead Stadium, which is home to the Kansas City Chiefs. They set the record on September 29th, 2014 with a sound level of 142.2 dbA (decibels). Now, Bills fans are looking to break that record.



According to
Syracuse.com, Bills safety Aaron Williams seemed optimistic about breaking the record.

"I think we're going to break the record," safety Aaron Williams said. "Last week, besides the Green Bay game, was one of the loudest games I've seen at the Ralph. The game has to be sold out. We have the craziest fans in the league. I would be shocked if we didn't break the record."

Having been to Ralph Wilson before to see a game, it's very possible the record may be shattered!

Here is what Bill's Fans Have to Say via Twitter!

So, if you're going to be at Ralph Wilson Stadium this Sunday, be prepared to scream your lungs off!