Breakpoint - I'm done.

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Riverman, Oct 4, 2010.

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  1. SawdustMan

    SawdustMan Pro Bowler Tip Jar Donor

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    I believe it. Before the game my wife and I were talking about finally pulling the trigger on some PSLs next time the opportunity came up. But after the game I told her I honestly don't even want to bother at this point. Until management shows that they aren't going to stand for constant mediocrity it would just be my money down the drain. I know that sounds like an overreaction to a loss but I'm dead serious. I've been present for many Titan losses before. But none of them felt like this.

    More and more supporting the Titans is feeling like an exercise in futility. No, I'm not saying I'm gonna quit watching or stop being a fan. I don't think there are very many things that could happen that would make me do that. I'm talking about supporting the Titans monetarily. Considering we have one of the more loyal fan bases in the league, it just feels like a slap in the face seeing these same kinda results year after year.

    We go to a couple games every year and I'm at my "breakpoint" as well. Today, I spent $15 to park. Close to $50 for 5 freaking beers. About $20 for a couple brats and some fries. And that's not even counting the tickets. Do this 8 weekends a year? No thanks.

    I can't say I won't buy anymore Titans gear or anything because I'm sure I will. But I will say that the amount of money I spend on such things is about to drop considerably.


    Exactly. It's like one big, sad, pathetic, high school soap opera. I'm sick of both of their BS. Vince obviously isn't mature enough to lead an NFL team. And honestly, I'm not so sure Fisher is much more mature than Vince. The sooner we get them both out of here the better!
  2. Hoffa

    Hoffa Not Family?Then freak you you freakin' freak

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    I have a offer on my PSL's, and I"m real close to taking it...The players quit, why shouldn't we?...
  3. flamehead2

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    I've simply decided not to mail in my playoff tix payment
    We're not going to have a playoff game anyway, And not paying for them sends a small message to Bud
  4. Abe Froman

    Abe Froman Sausage King of Chicago

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    Riverman saw the future. Tell us more.
  5. Hoffa

    Hoffa Not Family?Then freak you you freakin' freak

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    Yeah, and I'm not going to the game Sunday and I'm not selling my tickets, I want empty seats there as a small message...
  6. Ewker

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    I'm not buying the playoff tickets either. The thought of Bud having my money for 2 yrs (assuming no NFL next yr) making interest on it just sucks. It is going to be hard to send in the money for next yrs season tickets not knowing what is going to happen
  7. Tackhead #9

    Tackhead #9 MY Titans wore navy blue.

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    That Americans like throwing their money away? :brow:
  8. Hoffa

    Hoffa Not Family?Then freak you you freakin' freak

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    No, just the opposite...that I won't be throwing any more money to fill those seats next year.

    Keep fielding a team that doesn't care, and the waiting list for people to throw their money to watch that spectacle will dry up...:yes:
  9. Aqutis30

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    You know what the worst part about this is? I totally agree about you guys and gals with PSL's not re-newing or selling your tickets, I'm just afraid that it will lead to blackouts (which would definetly get a point across)next season, and the only way I could keep up with the team is on the radio and away games (I think).

    My point being is that the effort made to give notice of the fan bases disatisfaction with the organization has a broad ranging affect. So much that it affects even us that can't afford to go to games. It's just a bad situation all around for us the fans as a whole but if that is what has to happen to get an improvement then I am willing to suffer some like everyone else.
  10. SawdustMan

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    If it takes blackouts to get through to Bud, then so be it (as bad as that would suck). I really don't see it ever getting that far though. I'm sure Bud's people keep very close tabs on stats and trends regarding ticket sales and the PSL waiting list. Once the fans make it clear, with their wallets, that they are fed up I bet Bud will make some serious changes immediately.

    Hopefully big changes are already in the works though. :D
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