Another reason to praise Tennessee Titans Owner Amy Adams Strunk and GM Jon Robinson.
The Tennessee Titans have been really good at home over GM Jon Robinson’s tenure, but it is really hard to tell that when you are in the stadium.
Week after week and year after year it seems like the cheers from Titans fans get quieter and opposing team’s chants get louder and louder. This is a problem that makes the fans and the team look like a Mickey Mouse operation to those who don’t understand.
Sure, Nashville is an outstanding city and is quickly usurping Las Vegas as one of the travel capitols in America, but on Sunday afternoons that isn’t an excuse to have your team get boo’d when they do well and to hear cheers echoing down when they make a mistake.
It is awful to be in the stadium and need a Derrick Henry 99-yard touchdown run or a strip sack to wake a crowd up.
Thankfully, that may all be changed thanks to a new ticket option. This isn’t an add, but for the sake of home field advantage and the path towards national relevance in the media, you need to really read this closely.
Right now, you can get season tickets to the Tennessee Titans for $300. This is called the Fireball Fast Pass let me tell you what you get.
For $300 you get seats for every season and preseason game meaning everything comes out to about $30 per game. You can have up to four people in your party if you do this.
You can take your family, friends or just yourself out to a game for less than the price of going to the movies and getting popcorn and a drink.
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Now you aren’t getting box seats or anything, but honestly thanks to the way Nissan Stadium is built, there aren’t many bad seats.
Even if you know you are going to miss a game, this option is still cheaper than buying a ticket the week of anyway.
This should basically force the upper bowl to be full and if it isn’t, it is because fans aren’t putting in the effort to go see their team. So if you are one of those fans, or if you know any of those fans, you lose the right to say anything about not having a home field advantage, because those people are the problems.
Please, go out and take advantage of this so that you can be there the first time the Tennessee Titans beat the Andrew Luck led Indianapolis Colts.