Home Opener vs Ravens Officially a Sellout


Ray Lewis, Ray Rice and Joe Flacco are coming to town next Sunday, and they will be met by a sellout crowd at LP Field. The Titans announced today that their homer opener vs the Ravens Sunday at LP Field is officially a sellout.

Remaining tickets were sold over the weekend, according to the Titans. There’s a chance the Ravens could return tickets from their allotment, but it wouldn’t impact blackout rules. The game will be televised at noon Sunday on WTVF-5.

The Titans have now sold out 127 straight games since moving into the downtown stadium prior for the 1999.


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2 Responses to “Home Opener vs Ravens Officially a Sellout”

  1. Im a Titans fan from Tennessee that now lives in Pittsburgh. The TN and Jags game was not on here, I only saw the score on the bottom of the screen. I kept hoping it would change to the Titans favor. but it didnt, The Baltimore and Steelers game was on and in full blast. This game crushed the steelers laughing at me for loving the TITANS. But now we, the TITANS have to play Baltimore. I just hope they dont embarrass me, I dont expect a win but CJ needs to get off his dead ass. I wish they had not resigned his no good greedy ass

  2. Instead of a raise CJ should have been cut

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