TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - As the Kansas City Chiefs looked to snap the New England Patriots' 21-game home win streak in Foxborough, fans in Topeka were out in full force to cheer them on.
Fans filled the tables at Buffalo Wild Wings with Chiefs red, while nearly every TV had the big game on.
"We like to get rowdy and drink beer and eat food, and they have all that going," John Bond, a Kansas City fan, said. "Everyone's hooping and hollering and having a good time."
In a quarterback match-up between the Patriots' Tom Brady and Kansas City's Patrick Mahomes, local fan Myles Fisher says the Chiefs have the clear winner.
"He's a better QB," Fisher said.
While the atmosphere brought fans out, there's one reason they stayed:
"I wanted to see the Chiefs beat the Patriots," Fisher said.
Fisher got what he wished for; the Chiefs topped New England 23-16.