After all my years as a season ticket holder, I have been pretty disappointed with our fans at LP Filed the last past several seasons. With the exception of a few Primetime games, our crowd was half as loud as the crowds from years ago and saw many of the sell out seats empty. When the Chiefs had the ball into the fourth with the Titans leading 17-13, the crowd was mild on the decimal level on my account compared to what I use to hear. Yeah, there was crowd noise on the higher end of the scale at times, but really feel that the fans need to get back to the early days when even the commentators working the game from the booth would comment on barely being able to hear. It just seems that Titan fans have been so use to mediocrity as of late, that the thrill if you will, is gone or just barely lifting a fan to that ultimate fan-fare craze. The Titans have had a great start, and very happy about their play as of late, but if any learning lesson or game evaluation can be made about Sundays's game, is the Chiefs playing that much harder, aggressive and more determined to leave Nashville 5-0 rather than the Titans leaving the stadium 4-1. I would've thought we would play like the Chiefs did trying to give a 4-0 top AFC team their first loss, clawing, scratching and flying through both lines and hated seeing a really determined Chiefs team succeed instead. I thought the entire afternoon was going to be doom and gloom when the first punt of the game from the Chiefs just happened to hit Williams on the back of his heel, rolling the ball into our end zone for 7 very precious points that really seemed to be the biggest difference maker from the start. Play CJ more on the goal line or inside the red zone, and if you can't get his running game going, start using him more creatively to keep his confidence up, so we don't write about how he got paid and doesn't care anymore. No more four and outs on the 1 yard line please, and for God sakes get rid of Kenny Britt!!!