- Kansas City Chiefs fans brave unfavorable weather conditions to show unwavering support at Arrowhead Stadium for highly anticipated game against Philadelphia Eagles.
- Fans arrive 12 hours before kickoff, enduring rain and near-freezing temperatures, with a line of cars extending onto the street.
- Excitement surrounds the game as two top teams in the NFL, Chiefs and Eagles, face off in a rematch of Super Bowl LVII, with Chiefs favored by 2.5 points. Fans advised to come prepared with popcorn and weather-appropriate gear.
Despite the unfavorable weather conditions on a Monday morning in Kansas City, Chiefs fans are showing their unwavering support as they gather at Arrowhead Stadium for the highly anticipated game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Fans arrived at the stadium 12 hours before kickoff, braving the rain and near-freezing temperatures. Photos taken by KCTV5’s Nathan Brennan show a line of cars filled with Chiefs fans extending onto the street. The enthusiasm is expected to continue with more fans making their way to the stadium.
The excitement surrounding the game is understandable given that it features two of the top teams in the NFL and is a rematch of Super Bowl LVII. The Chiefs, who currently hold a 2.5-point favorite status, are going up against the Eagles, who have an impressive 8-1 record this season. Kickoff is scheduled for 8:15 PM local time, and fans are advised to come prepared with their popcorn and, for those in K.C., umbrellas and mittens.