Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by The Hammer, Jul 22, 2013.
Us kicking their asses in 2010
Munch says no.
DOES HE EVER SHOW EMOTION? UGH.
I've liked in Knoxville since 1999, when I was six. Sadly I never got into Titans football until much later, it's all about the Vols here in Knoxville. I remember watching a few games like the VY comeback against the Giants, and the San Diego playoff game, but I never became a "true" fan until 2008, where I started watching every single game. (what a year to start with, eh?) Now I'm borderline obsessed with the Titans and football in general lol. Titan for life.
I remember going to my first Titans game last season against the Colts. Out here in Knoxville you're lucky to see a single Titan fan roaming the streets, so it was amazing to see 50,000+ Titan fans all in one place. Man if I lived in Nashville I'd be out there tailgaiting every home game.
Easily the pinnacle of my fanhood across all sports.
I sat with my grandmother, aunt and cousins. All Jacksonville natives and hardcore fans. Awesome experience.
That was before he was a head coach and not even about the game. It was during Kevin Carter's National Anthem playing the saxophone.
As a kid, Packers and whoever was playing the Cowboys. Hated the Cowboys so much in the 90s I lost a close neighborhood bike riding friend over it, still don't talk to him.
You were just a pup during the McNair-George years. A shame you missed as those were some golden years. There were a couple years the team was practically impossible to run against. I remember a game where Deuce McAllister (A very good RB at the time) rushed for something like 6 yards against the Titans. You also missed the playoff win at home where we beat the Steelers with a last minute field goal and Bill Cower ran as fast as he could off the field crying like a baby.
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