It’s time to start comparing the sound of the stadium.
In this case, the Raiders, who have one of the louddest crowds in the league, have an advantage over the Rams, who, by most measures, have one the least loud.
The Rams and Raiders are joined by two NFL teams, the Patriots and Broncos, who both rank among the loudgest in the game.
If we assume a baseline of 15 decibels, the Rams would be the loudmouthed team.
On the other hand, the Broncos are just a little louder than the Patriots, who also rank among some of the quietest.
Here are the decibel levels of the NFL’s 30 teams, according to a metric called SPL that measures the loudness of the sound waves coming from a speaker.
This table shows how loud each team’s sound is compared to the noise of the entire stadium.
Source: SPL data from SPL.com The Raiders’ noise is just as loud as the noise coming out of the crowd, at a whopping 17 decibell level.
But they also have a few more advantages, like the fact that they are the loudst team in the NFL, and they are also the loudnest.