The Titans share ridiculous facts to make fans feel old

A Tennessee Titans helmet bench sits before the AFC Championship game against the Kansas City Chiefs on January 19, 2020 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.
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The Tennessee Titans want to score another run in a Super Bowl appearance after wasting a great chance last season.

They had a home field advantage in the divisional round to lose to Cincinnati Bengals.

Mike Vrabel’s crew shot himself in the leg despite having nine sacks in Joe Twelve.

Ryan Tanhill’s interception ended all hopes of their victory and ruined Derrick Henry’s return from a leg injury.

However, they decided to move on, remembering one of the best moments in franchise history.

Playing on the team’s official Twitter account, they say their fans are getting old as the Titans’ first draft pick, Traillon Barks, is born after the Music City Miracle.

The football match took place on January 8, 2000, during the Titans’ wild card play-off against Buffalo Bills.

As time went on, Frank Wicheck threw a late pass to Kevin Dyson at the tight end.

A sea of ​​blockers has confirmed that Dyson will reach the final zone for touchdown.

However, the controversy immediately overshadowed that game because it looked like a forward pass.

If so, Dyson’s pass would be invalid.

The decision remained and the Titans won the game 22-16.

But as a kind of poetic justice, the Titans lost Super Bowl XXXIV to St. Louis Rams when Mike Jones tackled Dyson one yard short of the goal line.

Barks replaces Brown

Meanwhile, the former Arkansas Standout was born on March 23, 2000.

The Titans picked him up with the 18th overall pick in the 2022 draft.

Tennessee got that selection by trading AJ Brown with the Philadelphia Eagles for the 18th and 101st overall election.

Barks was part of the 2021 first-team All-SEC after finishing with 1,104 yards and 11 touchdowns.

The Titans hope he can fill the void left by their Pro Bowl wideout.

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