All Fans at KC Chiefs, Houston Texans Game Initially Respect Moment of Silence “Dedicated to the Ongoing Fight for Equality in Our Country” Then Some Boo

Fans at Chiefs-Texans game boo while players’ arms were locked in unity in a moment of silence before the first NFL game of the 2020 season.

The stadium announcer at the Chiefs-Texans game in Kansas City Thursday Night, September 10, 2020 announced a moment of silence “Dedicated to the Ongoing Fight for Equality in Our Country” and the stadium was quiet for twelve seconds. Then someone yelled “play ball” and booing began while players’ arms were still locked.

The reigning Super Bowl champion KC Chiefs played the Houston Texans at Thursday’s NFL season-opener at the Chief’s Arrowhead Stadium. The reduced-capacity crowd of 17,000 at Arrowhead Stadium watched the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Houston Texans 34-20.

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