Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery they say. When you decide that something meant to define your entire city is best off imitating another city’s finest, that’s next level. Or just sad...
Apparently the ownership of the Tennessee Titans is so unable to see a true future for their team, they’ve decided to look to the past. Instead of honoring whatever they might find in Nashville’s rich history, they’ve decided it’s best to praise the days of Earl Campbell, Warren Moon and Bum Phillips.
Titans to wear Oilers throwback uniforms in 2023, perhaps against Texans https://t.co/87lELz5Sme— SportsRadio 610 (@SportsRadio610) March 6, 2023
The NFL is famous for attention grabs, but this might take the cake. Then defecate on said cake and try to serve it up as fresh chocolate.
Lame, thy name is the Titans.
If they really want to put a compelling spin on it, then go ahead and send Derrick Henry down to H-Town so he can kill the
Oilers Titans the way he’s killed the Houston Texans so many times before.
#Titans Trading Star RB And #Texans Killer Derrick Henry? #WeAreTexanshttps://t.co/DU1MPSyWk1— TexansDaily.com (@Texans_Daily) March 6, 2023
While the Titans management would need to be clinically insane to trade Henry within the division, that same management thinks it’s a good idea to wear another team’s throwback uniforms, so anything goes up there in BESFville.
In the end the best looking thing on the field, uniform-wise, will be the Battle Red Helmet. So, H-Town embraces the future, Tennessee clings to the past. Same old, same old...
The #Texans new “Battle Red Helmet” that will be worn on Battle Red Day against the #Eagles in 2022.— Nick Schwager (@NickSchwagerNFL) July 12, 2022
(Via Mark Berman) pic.twitter.com/lDqxiv6s1a
The Texans new red helmet looks much better with a navy jersey, as opposed to the red jersey they will wear with it. pic.twitter.com/TYaOqFZxV5— FB_Helmet_Guy (@FB_Helmet_Guy) August 3, 2022