WICHITA, KS-- The celebration continues for Kansas City Chiefs fans tonight. Halfway through the season they're still undefeated and the only team without a loss left this year in the NFL.
The Kansas City Chiefs are now only one game away from matching their 2003 record of 9-0, the best start ever for the chiefs.
Kansas City Chiefs fans were glued to the big screen at Heroes Bar and Grill in Wichita's entertainment district to watch their team edge past the Cleveland Browns.
The chiefs are now 8-0 with the win.
"We had so many hard times," said Aaron Hahn, KC Chiefs fan. "We haven't had a season like this in ten years."
Last year was a disaster for the proud franchise finishing dead last in the standings.
"Last year I would love to forget, but it's unforgettable," said Hahn."Belcher killed himself and all that and now it's pretty nice to see them do this good."
Fans believe things are starting to look up for the team and there's a major reason why.
"Our defense is phenomenal and also with a new quarterback Alex Smith," said Marshall Hopkins, KC Chiefs fan. "I mean he's a great quarterback and he doesn't take chances. He takes care of the ball which is probably one of the biggest reasons why we're 8-0 right now."
Fans are hoping that the dream start to the season ends with a trip to the super bowl, but right now they're taking it one game at a time.
"This year is pretty exciting being able to look forward to waking up on a Sunday and being able to watch a good game for once," said Hopkins. "Not having to be depressed about being a chiefs fan."
Kansas City Chiefs will take on the Bills next Sunday in New York then returning in a couple of weeks to play the Denver Broncos on November 17.
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