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The Titans are the Laughing Stock of the Country; Is Tommy Smith Listening?

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This has been the theme of Twitter today:

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>The Jaguars/Titans game tonight is the worst matchup this late in the season in 23 years. (combined .143 winning %)</p>&mdash; NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) <a href="">December 18, 2014</a></blockquote>

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I can't even tell you how many tweets I have seen today about how terrible it is that the country has to watch these two teams play tonight.  The jokes about how watching the game tonight should be imposed as a punishment have been running rampant.  There was also this gem that Pratt pointed out:


I hope that Tommy Smith is seeing all of this today.  I hope he realizes that his franchise has become the laughing stock of the NFL.  If he cares about that at all, and hopefully he does, all of this stuff should prompt him to make changes- and I am not talking about small changes.  I am talking about changes like firing the guys that have gotten the franchise to this point.  That includes Ruston Webster and Ken Whisenhunt.

I am not sure how much Smith cares about any of this, or if he is even listening.  With the stories out there that the family is split on wanting to keep the franchise, it probably doesn't matter that much to him.  If it doesn't, hopefully he will put the team on the marked so we can get someone in here that does.

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