Here's another reason why it's important to bring back the Arrowhead Advantage this weekend - to keep streaks like this alive.
The Cleveland Browns have not waltzed into Arrowhead Stadium and beat the Kansas City Chiefs since 1988. That's a nice streak for the Chiefs and one we hope continues this weekend.
However, the streak is all but a number as these teams are vastly different than the last time they met in 2006. Think back to December 3rd, 2006 when the Browns upended the Chiefs 31-28 in overtime. Only three years ago, right?
Well, in the NFL world that's a long time. The Chiefs only have seven remaining members of that 2006 team that lost to the Browns.
Overall, the Chiefs have come out victorious against the Browns in seven of 10 home matchups (with one tie). They've won with Lenny 'The Cool' Dawson behind center as well as Trent Green, among others.
The Chiefs PR staff recalled the most memorable moment between the Chiefs and Browns in their game release.
The most memorable contest between the two clubs at venerable Cleveland Stadium came in ‘89 when Marty Schottenheimer made his return to Cleveland as Kansas City’s head coach. With the score tied at 10-10, normally surefooted K Nick Lowery missed a 39-yard FG at the end of regulation and a 47- yarder with 0:17 left in OT, leaving the game deadlocked in a 10-10 stalemate.