A preseason game worth the money coming

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by dbc5631, Jan 19, 2012.

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  1. JCBRAVE

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    If this game is in early August I'm coming down.
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  2. RavensShallBurn

    RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    Save your money for a regular season game.
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  3. JCBRAVE

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    Well the Titans aren't going to be my only reason for coming down. And since I work for a jacket manufacturing company, it's hard to get time off in the cold months.

    Early August is really the only time in the summer I could make a Titans home game, otherwise it's only places 8 hrs from my house that I'm willig to drive to for away games.

    I've got a rule. If the Titans play anywhere within 8hrs driving time, I'm in there.

    I would love for the Titans to have 2 away games vs both NY teams. That's only a 45 min drive for me if the George Washington bridge isn't a parking lot.
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  4. BudAdams

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    Preseason games are a waste of time. I go to one every year because of the built up excitement caused by a lack of football. Every year I am reminded how boring they are.

    I would only recommend if you live in town and you have free tickets. For kids, there might be better autograph access?
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  5. Gunny

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    Dbc will be lining up overnight to make sure he gets his ticket to this one
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  6. Ryudo

    Ryudo The wall crusher!

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    Ah fishers 3-8 well we better run it despite 8 men in the box!
    4- 1MM better punt!

    Oh my we are in a red zone better win the game with FG'S!...wait it's not working..hmm
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  7. RTH

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    Fisher chose the Rams because they have the worst record.

    He will improve the team - because they can only go up - and will be looked upon as a great coach - until enough time has passed and Rams' fans will realize what we finally did: Fisher is average, at best.
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  8. nickmsmith

    nickmsmith LET'S GO PREDATORS!!!!

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    I am pretty much done caring about fisher. He is already a year removed from the current team. He's history here, and coaches move on to different places. Maybe he'll finally get over the hump in stl like coughlin did in NYG. Either way, who cares. Has no effect on the titans.

    I'm glad he's not in the AFC so we won't have to hear all the love/hate for him all the time.

    His end here, and that "major" press conference he had a few years ago that revealed nothing seems like ancient history to me.

    I have met some rams fans being so close to STL. They see my titans jacket and comment. I doesn't hurt me one bit If he succeeds there. The rams fans expect me to be sour at them for "taking our coach"

    I tell them he got stale here and stl might be the right place for him.if so, good for him and for the rams. They're as far away from their glory days as we are, let them have their joy for fisher. If they feel like he is a beacon of hope to them or something, then good for them. Whether they're wrong or right doesn't make a hill o' beans difference to me.
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