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Monday, November 18, 2013 9:45 PM

Chiefs fans devoted: Win or lose

By CLINTON DICK, Herald Staff Writer

Phillip Robertson, adjunct from the Guinness Book of World Records, Crystal Davis-Taylor, and her husband, Chris, and Connie Gillaspie, one of the founders of “Terrorhead Returns,” a group that helped set up the world record at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, pose for a photo outside the stadium Oct. 13 before the Chiefs-Raiders game. Fans at Arrowhead broke the world record for the loudest outdoor sports stadium that day, hitting 137.5 decibels. (Photo courtesy of Crystal Davis-Taylor)

Crystal Davis-Taylor’s 2-year-old daughter, Sage, smiles dressed in a Chiefs cheerleader outfit. Davis-Taylor is one of many area Kansas City Chiefs fans who have enjoyed an unexpected turnaround season for their team. (Photo courtesy of

Crystal Davis-Taylor)

Richard Dewey enjoyed Monday morning Chiefs football.

Stationed in Iraq in 2005, Dewey would return from a 12-hour shift and watch his Kansas City Chiefs play live — Sunday afternoon in Kansas, but Monday in the Middle East. Dewey, Ottawa, who served in the U.S. Air Force, said he stayed true to his favorite team, despite the time difference.

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