Congratulations, 12th Man. The world heard you roar - again.
The Seahawks fan base regained the Guinness World Record for crowd noise on Monday night at CenturyLink Field, registering a 137.6 decibel reading in a game against the New Orleans Saints. A CenturyLink Field-record crowd of 68,387 contributed to the effort.
Monday's record came about two-thirds the way through the game's second quarter, when the Seahawks defense held on a Saints third down, forcing a Nerw Orleans punt that gave the ball back to Seattle with roughly two minutes remaining in the half.
The fan collective "Volume 12" - led by former Seahawks defensive lineman Joe Tafoya - was behind the record-setting effort. Tafoya's group also headed the effort in Week 2.
In addition to the record roar, Seahawks fans triggered some more seismic activity in a warehouse one block south of the stadium. The small quake came during defensive end
The seismometer that picked up the movement was the same one that captured running back
Congratulations Seahawks fans... We are once again #LOUDEST— Joe Tafoya (@JoeTafoya) December 3, 2013