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  1. It’s not our house or I’d say you’re right. We’re looking to start building later this year
  2. https://www.titanslockerroom.com/collections/kids-titans-jerseys
  3. We ordered them two months before she was born and I think Marcus is the only infant jersey they had. It won’t even fit her properly until next year.
  4. I got Corey Davis, my wife got Henry, and our daughter got Mariota. All look awesome and no regrets. My next will be Byard or Adoree
  5. The belief is that Norwell is headed to the giants and that’s already a done deal. I don’t see them giving him top money and using the 2nd overall pick on a guard. I think they either trade back or pick a QB. If the browns go Barkley at 1, their pick becomes so valuable for teams wanting their pick of any QB
  6. I’m just tired of every single post turning into a 5 part mock draft. Not every reply deserves that kind of reply. Also the 4 post replays to your own reply. Why not just edit your initial post and save people the eye sore of having to see you talking to yourself. I’d just suggest using the time of most of your posts to formulate some kind of weekly thing and posting a FA/draft/whatever else once a week with some thought out into it. Maybe do draft profiles with gifs and analytics. We know you're excited and all but man its gotten way out of hand. Just listen to people’s comments and figure out a happy medium.
  7. Thank you. Getting married, a titans grooms cake, and the fact we can’t lose. Seems like all wins
  8. Getting married. Just happened to work out on a bye week
  9. I listened to it via YouTube and you can barely hear Scotty. There are some parts of the podcast he seems to speak louder and is able to be heard but most of it he's really low.
  10. It's pretty bad here. My part of town has amazing drainage so we've been very fortunate but there is just so much water and so many people flooded. That being said, after Texans fans see how bad their offense is, they'll feel lucky to have FEMA still in town for relief
  11. At this point why not go after Pryor and let somebody else over pay for a player that doesn't want to be there and the organization is openly trying to get rid of him? no reason to sacrifice the future for something like this
  12. Being born an Oiler fan that lived in west Texas, I had no ties to Houston. I didn't lose a team when they left. I follow them to Tennessee because they were the oilers and I am not a quitter. It wasn't an expansion team with new players I didn't grow up admiring, it was everything I grew up watching with my dad and cheering for. That being said, I still travel to Nashville around once a year for a game. I live in Houston now and absolutely hate the Texans and a lot of their fans. This city had the Oilers and let them leave. They got a new shiny team, a new shiny stadium, and a new shiny set of players to cheer for while the people that stuck with the team through the move had it displaced. I think the city should keep the Texans and their brand and let the Oilers stay with the organization that maintained it through all the years. If the team was sold, then who knows what the new owner would do, but part of cheering for a team is knowing the roots and embracing the past. The Tennessee Titans fans that don't want anything to do with the Oilers past just never sits right with me. But then again that's probably why the stadium in Nashville is always half visitors fans anyway.
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