Titans want new $3.5 million scoreboards

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Puck, Apr 13, 2006.

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  1. Puck

    Puck Pro Bowler


    IF They're anything like the one's in Baltimore, I'm all for it

    still don't understand why they cut the scoreboards out when they built the stadium originally. as i recall ,in order to get into line with project costs, the original scoreboards were scaled back to the ones we currently have

    I think these new ones are supposed to be 16x9 formatted widescreen SuperLED .... which would be nice
  2. Brian

    Brian Big Fan

    I can't understand why the stadium doesn't have upper level endzone seats.

    They offer great sight-lines.
  3. maximus

    maximus Starter

    Me either, it could increase seating capacity to 75000+. The way the stadium has looked the end of last year, I dont know if seating for 75000 is worth it, if no one shows up when the team loses
  4. Puck

    Puck Pro Bowler

    the endzones are the Achilles Heel of the entire complex
    the open-endedness of the end zones were supposed to be an attractive part of the venue, allowing for views of the bridges and future development to the north
    but who gives a snot about that ?
    there was talk of the ability to add temporary seating into the endzones for playoffs / championships and Super Bowls - but I have yet to see that take place

    they really should install the new scoreboards and then place seating around it

    because when we get Vince , there's going to be quite a demand for tickets :wink2:
  5. GoTitans3801

    GoTitans3801 Forward Progress!

    I really hope we get the scoreboards, would they be ready for this season? It says they would, I don't know how long something like that takes if they're starting the process now. If they're like baltimore, they'd be amazing, and I think we're due for an upgrade, especially with the problems that a bunch of people have mentioned before.

    As for more seating, I think we should wait another year or two to build up again, our demand for seats isn't exactly growing at the moment. But once we're more stable and ready for a run, it would be great to add a few thousand more seats up by the boards.
  6. Raydawg

    Raydawg Titans Rock !!!!

    New scoreboards would be NICE !!!

    I don't believe we need to add any seats to the place. The supply/demand for tickets right now is ideal (and since the team has been here).

    You want a stadium that will sellout each and every week. You don't want a large stadium that is difficult to sell all tickets. When you get into that then there is the chance for blackouts in your own area and that is not a good thing. Having 70+ sellouts in a row and everyone else in the area watching on TV is just what the doctor ordered.

    They have built a fan base in the area and a loyal following.

    By the way........has anyone else noticed the Kenny Chesney ads in The Tennessean? The location of the concert is Titans Coliseum, not The Coliseum.

    Did something change and I missed it?
  7. Chaser 55

    Chaser 55 The Jersey Guy

    new scoreboards would be sick
  8. rcarie

    rcarie Tac Head

    Now if we can just up date the music at the Stadium....
  9. Ewker

    Ewker Starter

    for real, how about some electronica/techno

    and lets please drop the Remember the Titans bits
  10. Hoffa

    Hoffa Freak you you freakin' freak

    As a PSL owner, I hope they never add more seats. That would only diminish the value of existing PSL's.
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