Saints pull massive crowd to Pre-Season Game against Chiefs

Saints pull massive crowd to Pre-Season Game against Chiefs
The New Orleans Saints had a successful preseason, winning against the current Super Bowl champions in a close home game. Check here to see how many people attended the game.

The New Orleans Saints defeated the Kansas City Chiefs in their opening game of the 2023 NFL preseason, but the triumph was not as easy as it appeared. Against the defending Super Bowl champs, the Saints had to play hard.

Preseason wins and losses, on the other hand, do not predict anything for an NFL team. The Saints could win all of their preseason games, but that doesn't ensure they'll perform well in the regular season.

The good news for the Saints is that the backups who will play in the upcoming season are prepared to replace the starters in the event of an injury, which has frequently afflicted the Saints' offensive line.

According to the official gamebook, 70,028 people attended the New Orleans Saints' preseason opener versus the Kansas City Chiefs. The game was won by the home team, 26-24. The Caesars Superdome has a seating capacity ranging from 73,208 to 76,468 people.

The New Orleans Saints still have two preseason games left. They will play an away game against the Los Angeles Chargers on August 20, followed by a home game against the Houston Texans on August 27.
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