Home NFL

“Loudest halftime show in history”: Stadium organizers make a mockery of the CBS crew after a case of misplaced speakers during the AFC Championship Game

The CBS TV Crew at the game between Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals faced difficulties during their half time show

Kansas City Chiefs vs Cincinnati Bengals

The Kansas City Chiefs are facing off against the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship Game at the Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas and they are off to a flyer as they lead by 21-10 after the end of the first half.

The home crowd for the Chiefs as usual has been very loud as they cheer for their home team who are playing their 4th Straight AFC Championship Game at home and are hoping to go to their 3rd straight Super Bowl which will be played at the SoFi Stadium.

The halftime show conducted by the CBS TV crew has faced an unusual disturbance in their coverage as a big speaker is seem to be placed right behind them in which loud country music is being played which has caused serious sound issues for the CBS crew.

Twitter trolls the CBS preparations for the halftime show at Kansas City Chiefs vs Cincinnati Bengals


The people who were watching the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Cincinnati Bengals from home and were seeing the halftime show from CBS quickly jumped into trolling the media outlet for their disappointing sound quality of the show as the speaker in the stadium is making it nearly impossible for them to listen what the media analysts were saying during the halftime show.

Joe Burrow

The Cincinnati Bengals led by the sensational Joe Burrow have found it difficult in getting going against the Kansas City Chiefs as they find themselves against a high-flying Chiefs offense in full flow led by Patrick Mahomes who has given the Kansas City Chiefs a led of 21-10 heading into halftime.

Hill, Mahomes and Kelce.

The Kansas City Chiefs on the other hand are in a firm position to go to their 3rd Super Bowl as they are off to a flyer with Patrick Mahomes already finding Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill for first-half touchdowns paving their way for a victory.

Also Read: Who is Cooper Kupp’s wife Anna Croskey? All you need to know about their inspirational love story