Very quiet, even compared to Candlestick The Library (a place that I have only considered "loud" during the 2012 NO playoff game). I was at Wembley too
. I was also at the Library that year for the NO regular season MNF game and it got a bit noisy during that game-tying Alex drive and the 2-pt conversion. Noisier than Wembley.
Look, I'm not blaming anyone here: we sucked golf balls in 2010-1. We were, what, 1-6 in that Wembley game? With Troy bloody Smith as QB, and getting outplayed most of the game by bleedin' Orton of all people? It was only after that crazy pass to Delanie that the crowd woke up a bit.
I love this team enough to take crazy multi-thousand mile trips every year to watch them play (and watch them lose, until recently). But loud fans we are not. Let's admit that. Forget Seattle and that specially-designed acoustic cavity. We're less loud than every other stadium I've been in (and I've been in a few by now, as a neutral as well), barring St Louis (pathetic, not to mention that we outnumbered them when I was there) and Philly (when it only gets loud when they boo their own team
- I know, what I'm talking about, I'm a crazy Phillies fan as well). It's certainly fun that I get to watch the team play here as well, but the Wembley game is always too much of a festival experience to count as a real home advantage for any team. It doesn't help that we tend to get either blowouts (barring that Saints-Chargers game in 08), and/or horrible teams not wanting to be here (like the Pitt-Minny Toilet Bowl earlier this season).
[ Edited by paulk205 on Oct 12, 2013 at 3:54 AM ]