No Sunday night game for Titans...

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by SupDawg, Dec 26, 2006.

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  1. The Mrs

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    I was torn. I was looking forward to being able to attend Church with my family, getting a little nap, then having enough time to get ready for the game if it was at 7 p.m. If it was at 4, again, I was happy to go to Church and then having enough time to get ready for the game. However, I didn't look forward to the 7 p.m. game because by the time the game was over, around 11ish, we'd just have to leave the stadium and go straight to the New Year's Eve party! I was gonna have to rent a room downtown to be able to change out of game clothes to New Year's Eve party clothes and that would be hard if the game didn't end until around 11! I may have had to change at the stadium.
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  2. The Mrs

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    Oh, but the players were excited with the thought of playing on Sunday night because they would be playing at prime time and the only game on New Year's Eve. It would be like playing on MNF.
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  3. giddyupzil

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    Will someone explain to me why this game even made it? It's pointless. It has no playoff implications whatsoever.

    I would have even preferred the Jacksonville vs. Kansas City game to be nationaly telivised as both teams will playing for a playoff spot. It would be a lot more interesting imo.
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  4. ezeblazin

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    Green Bay has a higher chance of making the playoffs than us, KC, or Jax.
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  5. paraconspiracy

    paraconspiracy long time browser no more

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    "possibly" bret faaarrv-re's last game
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