(CBS Seattle) — Century Link Field is notoriously difficult to play in for visiting NFL teams thanks to the deafening sound of 67,000 boisterous and unrelenting Seattle Seahawks fans. But Kansas City Chiefs fans are looking to knock the 12th man out of the Guinness Book of World Records when it comes to crowd noise — again.

According to CBS Sports, the Kansas City fan base will attempt the new record during their upcoming Monday Night Football game against the New England Patriots.

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The groups have a history of battling for the crowd volume record.

Seahawks fans pumped out 136.6 decibels in September 2013 during a win against the San Francisco 49ers. One month later, the crowd at Arrowhead Stadium registered 137.5 decibels in a game against the Oakland Raiders. On December 2013, the Seahawks upped the mark with 137.6 decibels.

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In comparison, a jet engine at 100 feet is about 140 decibels.

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