Should the Tennessee Titans change their phrase “TitanUp?”
The “TitanUp” phrase is known throughout Tennesssee Titans nation and has been promoted by the NFL. Do you think the Titans need to make a change to this phrase?
For the next month there will be no major Tennessee Titans, or really any NFL, news. As a result, this will have NFL-goers searching for any type of news. The most recent Titans news was the acquisition of wide receiver Eric Decker. Most noteworthy, the Titan Sized team has done a great job breaking down the signing. As a fan, I continue to look for the latest story and as a result I think I have found a topic that will continue to be on my mind for a while. I recently was listening to The Midday 180 and a caller brought the idea up that the Titans should change their phrase “TitanUp.”
The reasoning for a change was that the phrase sounds like the Titans need to tighten up or fix the team. He also stated that the Titans should attempt to incorporate the Nashville Predators’ phrase “Smashville” into a new phrase for the Titans. Due to his comments, this really intrigued me in writing this article to get some feedback. Do the Titans fans out there enjoy the phrase or should the Titans consider a change?
As a fan, I personally think “TitanUp” is one of the better phrases that the NFL has really started to promote this past season. I understand and respect what the caller stated but really don’t think the Titans should make a change. If the Titans attempted to incorporate “Smashville” there might be some legal rights issues and could be a difficult task to pull off.
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Watching the Stanley Cup this year, I saw a ton of promotion for the phrase “One City, One Team.” Personally, I would really like to see this phrase get heavier push during the upcoming NFL season. I would hope the Titans and Preds can really attempt to incorporate this phrase. As a result of promoting “One City, One Team,” I think this has the ability to show the NFL/NHL world that the city of Nashville is a sports town and not just a music city.
Overall, I think “TitanUp” should stay and should continue being used. I think the Titans should bring in some sort of phrase to continue to unite the city of Nashville. Let us know what you think? Should the Titans change the phrase? #TitanUp