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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Titanup1982, May 3, 2013.
He has not responded to my tweets yet lol
No NFL analyst/writer should EVER take a shot like that at any team. Those guys are supposed to be professional, and that was not.
As far as our fan base goes, I'm not too surprised or disappointed. I went to my first game last season and I loved seeing 50K+ Titans fans in one area.. I've never seen more than a handful in one place lol. I was a bit discouraged by a lot of the home games having empty seats, or worse, seats filled with opposing fans. (Chicago), but thats to be expected when you go 6-10, get blown out in half your games, miss the playoffs 4 years in a row and not win any playoff games in over a decade. I still believe we have a very passionate fanbase, and I'm proud to be a part of it.
I've loved the Titans since 1999. No matter how bleak things look. I will always support this team, no matter what analysts or the media say. I've seen my favorite players come and go but my love for this team has still remained. We could be ranked 50 on power rankings for all I care. Nothing will change my feelings for the team
I was born and raised in Los Angeles. I don't see many Titans fans around here but I'm sure there are a few. Titan Nation is strong enough to reach all the way out to the west coast. Any one who questions Titans fans support can go jump off a bridge.
Was this TWW2?
Jonathan Durham @chotherwother4 May
@Harrison_NFL On behalf of the slightly more sane and level-headed contingent of Titans fans, I hereby apologize for the ridiculousness.
Retweeted by Elliot Harrison
There IS a TitansNation but we are broken up into different states... wish some diehard Titans fans lived here in GA!
There are guys on here who live in Georgia
I think Titans fans are as prevalent and fervent as most fanbases, factoring in city size, length of team tenure, and recent success.
I used to live in Tampa. Sorry for the bucs was wise than the Titans here, until the super bowl year, then it was everywhere for a while, and it died of again.
I'd say we compare favorably to most cities or size. He'll, I'd say Titans nation beats falcon nation easily and that is a much bigger city, much longer tenured team, and much more recent success.
The best poster on this board lives in GA.
I don't know about that, I live outside of ATL and you see a ton of Falcon support. More than I have seen in towns outside of Nashville.
Falcons also have much more national appeal. They've been a very popular franchise since the Vick days.