The Tough Life of an International Tennessee Titans Fan

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by goTitans.com, May 12, 2006.

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  1. Gunny

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    sorry man, I made an announcement in the Lounge section a few months ago...But you may not have seen it.
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  2. Gunny

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    I had 2 aussies on board and one of them lives where I live so I figured it would be a copy basically.
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  3. maximus

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    Great article. Lazy Man says his g-dad coached the Philly Eagles, who was it I wonder? Lazy Man fill me in
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  4. Vigsted

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    I want to know exactly how many countries call (American) football for Gridiron?? Mine certainly doesn't (although the field is sometimes refered to as the gridiron).
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  5. LazyManJackson

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    Not Head Coach:ha:

    He coached the guys at Phili mainly in fitness. Worked with Mcnabbs understudy, forgotton name.

    He was called up because of his Royal Commando background, he's a tough guy:winker:
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  6. LazyManJackson

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    The guys who present the games on the Tele usually call the field the Gridiron, although sometimes, for effect, they will call it the Gridiron
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    I have three sports I started out with Football at age 10 (Oilers & Longhorns). by about 15 I became a hardcore basketball fan (Spurs, Michael Jordan). A couple years ago I was visiting my brother-in-law and he was watching rugby I had nothing else to do so he explained the game to me and since then I've been hooked
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  8. I'd like to add how I became a Titans fan.

    I'm from Vancouver Canada. I was an Edmonton Eskimos fan and back then, Warren Moon played for the Eskimos. I wasn't really a big NFL fan until Moon went to the Houston Oilers. Life was tough back then when they kept on failing in the playoffs blowing leads after leads. I still remember the 31-3 lead the Oiler blew vs the Bills. The run-and-shoot didn't get the job done.

    Then I had to suffer watching the likes of Cody Carlson, Chris Chandler, and finally Steve McNair and yet again, we all had to watch Kevin Dyson missing the endzone by a yard.

    I'm still around and I have a gut feeling that Vince Young will lead the Titans to their first superbowl victory in 3 yrs time.
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  9. i really hope that is true, if anyone can do it he can, he gets better and better when he is in the pressure situations, which is what we need
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  10. Austin_Bill

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    Vince leads Titans to a Superbowl victory

    Bud Adams gives the City of Houston the ultimate up yours.
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