Logan Ryan praises home field advantage for Tennessee Titans compare to Atlanta
By Will Lomas
Logan Ryan gives Tennessee Titans fans a lot of credit for home field advantage.
For a long time, when you went to Nissan Stadium (then L.P. Field) it felt like you were at some remote site for the team the Tennessee Titans were playing against because there were more visiting fans than Titans fans.
In recent years, that has slowly shifted back to where it should be despite the city of Nashville being so attractive as a tourist destination.
Now we are at the point where there is a gap between Nissan Stadium and other fields, where the Titans fans are so much louder at home than other teams.
Look at what Logan Ryan said today:
It is a credit to how well the team has done in recent years, turning from boring laughing stock to a defensive minded team reminiscent of the Tennessee Titans roster that went to the Super Bowl.
Entering Week 5, the Titans still have 7 of their last 12 games at home and this time the crowd won’t be diminished by sweltering heat like they were in Week 2.
The Tennessee Titans fans need to continue to be loud and try to be even louder, because if the more confusion that they can cause the opposing offense, the better the identity of the Titans team (the defense) will look and preform.
Whether it is false starts, a break down in communication, not being able to change a play, or just flustering other players, the Titans home field advantage has to continue to be a factor when there are so many little things that make or break a season.
The 3-1 Buffalo Bills come to town this weekend, and if that name and record looks familiar it is probably because Buffalo ruined Tennessee’s 3-1 record last year with a gut wrenching loss on the road.
It would be poetic justice for the Bills to come to Nashville after last year, and for Tennessee fans to take out all their pent up rage on the Bills and get back a win that feels like it was stolen from them last year. A win that would have sent the Titans to the playoffs and would have changed the narrative of both the team and individuals on the team.
Logan Ryan is giving the fans props, now it is time for those fans to go out and earn them on Sunday.