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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Alex1939, Aug 9, 2013.
lol you wouldn't beet a parapelegic in a foot race
dougg was the ****
No one will race ol' DW.
Which is cool, because I can keep my "fastest white guy in middle tn" title for the rest of time.
Except no one is going to do it in a friggin' meaningless preseason game.
I give fans a bit more credit. When the team is performing and the situation is right, they've always cheered (which can be done in a seat). No one is going to stand up or cheer a crap defense which is what we've seen a lot of the past couple of seasons.
My opinion if someone is complaining about how the fans act at the games.... then they should be probably be going to all the games. Otherwise you are just part of the problem.
Locker, Fitz and Rusty love it!
Also... You realize where the Titans play right? Country music is a pretty big deal here... They aren't in Memphis.
I think the team should embrace it even more. It is part of the culture of our city and state. The Predators have and everyone knows they have some of the best marketing ever. They even put it in the uniforms.
More country, more southern, embrace where you are and who you are. Create your own traditions.
They should play this at games. Set to the tune of a Tom Petty song which fits with the southern sound:
(The song is about the Tennessee Titans. Even if someone used it for a Malay soccer team also called the Titans.)
It's called "music city". Not country music city.
The problem is- nationally we have this hillybilly image and it seems they just love to fuel it. Like any time we have a MNF game... always some honky tonk nonsense making a mockery out of us.
The main thing is- no NFL player is going to get hype off country music. Fans wont either.
It belongs in bars where people cry their sad lives away... not in live events that are supposed to be fun.
How would people know what the fans are like if they weren't at the games?