Trevor Lawrence Isn’t Concerned With Quiet, Quaint Arrowhead Stadium

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Trevor Lawrence ain’t scared of quiet, rundown, little ‘ol Arrowhead Stadium. Nope. In fact, the Jaguars’ star QB has had weeks of practice playing in his home ballpark – TIAA Bank Field.

And, of course, you know what they say?

Arrowhead. TIAA Bank. What’s the difference?!

Trevor Lawrence thinks Arrowhead Stadium is just like Jacksonville

Oh no, Trevor! You don’t serve up bulletin board material to an already wacko fanbase days before a playoff game. That’s postseason 101.

“I can’t imagine it’ll be much louder than our fans were here on Saturday,” is the kiss of death from young Trevor Lawrence here, and I’d imagine you’ll see some variation of that on several signs inside Arrowhead come this weekend. Just a guess.

By the way, love this from Trevor, who is quickly becoming America’s QB1.

You think Trevor Lawrence is scared of Kansas City?
Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence ain’t scared of Arrowhead Stadium. (Photo by David Eulitt/Getty Images)

Throws four picks in his first playoff start only to lead the JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS on an epic comeback, and then follows that up with a trip to Waffle House to celebrate the win.

And now you compare Arrowhead Stadium – and Kansas City Chiefs fans – to something called TIAA Bank Field. Love it. Bring your own damn guts, as his former head coach once said!

All that being said, I do have to point out that Arrowhead once reached a decibel level 142.2 during a 2014 playoff game, which is the equivalent of a jet engine.

That, by the way, is still a record today.

That’s neither here nor there, of course.

Written by Zach Dean

Zach grew up in Florida, lives in Florida, and will never leave Florida ... for obvious reasons. He's a reigning fantasy football league champion, knows everything there is to know about NASCAR, and once passed out (briefly!) during a lap around Daytona. He swears they were going 200 mph even though they clearly were not.

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  1. The big lie…is that NFL stadiums can be even remotely as loud as the college ones. The only exception is Seattle, which is designed to amplify the noise to the players on the field. Arrowhead? Get out of here. These stadiums are either dingy and old and way out of date (Lambeau, Arrowhead) or designed to be multi-use and have nothing except corporate interests in mind in their design – which means crowd noise ain’t in the architects’ minds.

    I don’t think Trevor said anything inaccurate here. The Queefs fans can attempt to use it as bulletin board material all they like, but it doesn’t change reality.

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