Thursday, October 27, 2011

At Least SOMEBODY Should Score at a Titans Game

Posted By on Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 8:44 AM

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For those of us who watched the debacle at LP Field last weekend where the Titans laid a giant egg while the Houston Texans ran all over them, Monday brought the sweet relief of returning to work, where only our co-workers can crush our souls. But at least we don't have to pay $70 to occupy our own desk chairs and $15 for a hot dog and a Yazoo.

Our friends at Jimmy Kelly's Steakhouse empathize with the pain of Titans' fans and want to do their best to make it all better. Or at the very least to make sure that four fans will be well-fed and liquored-up the next time they go to a game.

All you have to do is visit their website at www.jimmykellys.com and enter their "Guess the Score" contest for next week's battle between our hapless home team and the winless Indianapolis Colts. Talk about two pigs fighting over the last acorn. ...

The winner will receive an ultimate tailgater package, which includes four of Jimmy Kelly's legendary steaks, four twice-baked potatoes, barbecued prawns, adult beverages and a homemade dessert. That should help to soften the blow of watching Chris Johnson fall to the ground like a sack of potatoes at the first hint of contact. In the case of a tie, like everybody picking 3-0, the tiebreaker will be the announced attendance at next week's game.

The keyword there is "announced." Although I'm sure it will be another sellout, I'm guessing there should be plenty of room for fans to stretch out in the upper decks, especially since they'll be too far away to be able to see the cheerleaders in their Halloween costumes. Oh yeah, I'll be there. I'm a loyal fan that way.

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