How will the "new" ownership respond?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Titanium, Nov 17, 2013.

  1. ImATitan

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    They probably won't change a thing. Munchak back next year. I'll snap if so.
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  2. Finnebosch

    Finnebosch I am vengeance.

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    Ray Horton for Head Coach 2014
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  3. RockyTop Fox

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    If our new ownership had any backbone, Munch would have been fried after the Jacksonville loss, or at least after the Indy loss.
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  4. Parking Lot B

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    The stands aren't mostly full on Sundays and there are many more opponent fans coming in for the games. Seems like the Lower Bowl is still doing pretty good, but Club, and Upper Deck are not doing well. We actually had "For Sale" signs from the Titans on the two seats next to ours. The signs were taped to the seats explaining that the seats were available and if you were interested contact the Titans, and it listed their contact information. In all the years as a season ticket holder we've never seen that before.
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  5. TitanJeff

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    I expect a ghost town for the final two home games unless the Titans do the unexpected and go on a win streak on the road.
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  6. Parking Lot B

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    Agree, it will be like a Ghost Town - and that's so very sad! We had several people in town for Thursday night's game and they could not get over how dull the stadium had become and how empty the parking lot was compared to the last time they visited. The Titan's have been so mediocre in the last decade, and as Fans we've tried to hang in there, but it definitely gets harder and harder to do so.
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  7. Big Time Titan

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    I don't expect the new owners to do a damn thing actually. They will more than likely let Munchak finish out his contract. I find it telling that more isn't known about the people who are "replacing" Bud. I may be totally wrong but they don't seem to be near as involved as they should have been or are.

    I agree with the thinking that Ruston should have a lot of say on actual football decisions. If he thinks that Munchak deserves to finish out his contract then I trust his judgment.
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  8. luvyablue256

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    You mean the same judgement that picked Locker over Andy Dalton and Kaepernick?

    I don't trust Webster either.
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  9. Gunny

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    The new owners have been at the job for 3 weeks.

    What exactly are you expecting? You probably won't see any changes until the off-season.
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  10. Big TT

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    I agree totally, I have had season tickets/PSL's since day one in Memphis, I put a rough figure the other day at what game attendance has cost me...are you ready...over $16,000 just for tickets, I guessed at another 4000 grand or so for parking/gas. This of course doesn't figure the other cost of food/drink at the game, so yeah, I am done spending $$$ until the team gets it **** together. Hell do the math, that is a nice vacation per year rather than watching mediocre football teams lose in new and inventive ways to sub par teams.
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