Bleacher Watch has compiled an impressive list of the loud noises that have been playing out in the league over the last couple of years, and it’s hard not to be impressed with how many different ways we can listen to the noise.
From the occasional NFL game to a major sporting event, the noise is constantly evolving.
For example, in 2017, we heard the roar of the Giants’ stadium on a regular basis, as they were winning the World Series.
In 2018, the Steelers won their Super Bowl and had a great performance, but in 2019, the Giants lost in the first round to the Seahawks.
We also heard the sound of a woman’s throat being cut, followed by the sound from the fireworks that came on in 2018.
The NFL has even included sound effects that can be heard in the background of some games, and we’ve also heard a couple of different types of gunshots that could be heard during a game.
For some of the louder noises, you can listen for as long as you like, and you can also choose to mute them by hitting the volume knob on your media player or a volume slider in the player itself.
To mute a sound, you just need to click the mute button in the bottom right corner of the player.
If you’d rather not listen to loud noise, you have the option to mute the sound completely, which will silence it completely for a few seconds.
This option has been found to be a little more effective than the other options on the list, as it makes the sound less likely to be heard.
The best sound effect you can find in the NFL sounds like a big explosion, or the sound that happens when you blow your nose out.
If it’s your favorite noise, we’d love to hear it in the comments below.
We’ve put together this list of what we think are the best sounds in the world, and the rest of the NFL is certainly doing its part to be loud.