What Tennessee Titans fans should do before and after their cookouts.
July 4th is an underrated holiday in the world of a Tennessee Titans fan. The only more underrated holiday is the NFL Draft, so why not combine the two.
When you hit July 4th, you get to breathe a sigh of relief as a football fan. Not only are you usually off work and get to hang out with family and friends, but you are already out of the summer doldrums.
There is no more talking about OTAs, it is all about looking forward to actual training camp. Take a look at the breakdown of major NFL dates between now and the season:
-July 26th: Training Camp starts for the Tennessee Titans (22 days away)
-August 1st: Hall of Fame Game (28 days away)
-August 8th: Tennessee Titans first preseason game (35 days away)
-September 8th: Tennessee Titans first game (66 days away)
To put that into context, it has already been 150 days since the Super Bowl so we are well past the halfway point in this awful offseason waiting game.
While you could sit around and talk about all of those things with your friends, eventually someone is going to bring up college football. Now, college football is great but inevitably your cousin or nephew is going to come up to you and ask you who the Tennessee Titans should take.
Well don’t worry, I have just the pre-4th of July 2020 NFL Draft primer for you.