Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by goTitans.com, Sep 13, 2007.
:ha: you've heard great things about LP Field?
it dont matter....we're gonna win this weeked. VY steps up his game against 2 teams in perticular--the Colts and Texans. Their D got speed but no size. VY's got both.
No, Rich is what they used to call the stadium in Buffalo. Also, btw, an excellent venue to see a game in, especially in December (if you have appropriate clothing).
About the Titan's stadium, I've heard the following:
Opposing fans are treated respectfully, if razzed for being fans of the visitors (as it should be), but folks there don't cross the line.
Basically that it is a great place to see a game.
None of the above can be said about stadiums in:
at least not from my personal experience.
Why? You say this isn't true?
you confuse me
Based on the two games I went there I saw nothing to suggest opposing fans are treated with disrespect. (In fact the only 'incident' was a Colts fan mouthing off after the game saying 'We're going to the playoffs' (or something to that effect).
That is all true. I just mean that as a venue... all the things that make the stadium the stadium... not the fans. The fans are excellent. Although modern, LP Field as a structure is lacking in many respects. It is however adequate. I'm happy to have a team and honored to have the right to purchase tickets...
but just look around the league... so many facilities are far superior.
Construction companies and architecture firms don't provide atmosphere and hospitality. The fans bring that. Yes, in Nashville the fans are total diplomats. It often times does not serve us well because often the fans are far too civil to raise the roof so to speak... Sometimes I just want to beat people for not making noise at the appropriate times.
:ha: From the Colts/Titans game last year in Nashville?
If so, I had a couple of friends (Colts fans) go to that game, and afterwards one of them (who can be a bit rowdy) tried getting into it with Titans fans, and was spewing similar talk.
Mighta been him. :ha:
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