First I want to say that I'm not here trolling, I have respect for the Chiefs and Kansas City. Last season I casually followed the Chiefs and pulled for them on several occasions as I now (moved here a year ago) live in the city they play.
While I don't mind rooting for the Chiefs most Sunday's on December 23rd, I can't. I won't even want to. That said it probably wont matter, we have a new... everything and we probably wont be very good. But I'm still going to see my Colts play your Chiefs in Arrowhead two days before Christmas.
I don't go to games often, I usually enjoy my experience at home on my couch far more than paying $25 to park and $10 for a beer, but I'm excited to be able to say I saw Andrew Luck live in his rookie season(even if he's busy getting picked by Eric Berry). So I'm looking to buy tickets to the game in December.
I've been looking at my options and because I don't go to games often, I'm willing to spend a lot to get the seats I want, that and I want to have a good chance to get player autographs. I collect autographs, I have since I was a kid. I just think signatures are really neat mementos to have, and as much as the experience will be nice, I will eventually forget most of the details of the day but the signatures, those I'll keep forever.
Anyway, all that aside I was wondering where the best place would be for autographs for a fan of the visiting team. I was thinking behind the visiting bench, but I wasn't sure if I should instead get a seat near where the players exit the field, and looking at the seating chart, it looks like there may be two options for the players to exit? Which one is the "one" or are they both options?
Anyway, thanks for any help you feel that you can give. I'm not delusional I'm not going to be that guy that cheers for the opposing team way too loud and obnoxiously. I just want to watch my team and maybe get some signatures in the process.