Titans unveils viral schedule-release video full of wrong answers

The Chargers and their anime video mocking people like Mike McDaniel and Raiders fans have some competition from the Titans for best scheduled-release video on social media Thursday night.

For video from Tennessee – Posted on the team’s Twitter account Once the 2023 NFL schedule was revealed – they appeared on Nashville’s Broadway at random people to guess the names of the Titans’ opponents based on the logo.

Their answers were pretty much all wrong except for the Titans logo at the end.

One participant referred to the Falcons as the “Red Stallions”, prompting the team to change its Twitter bio.
Screengrab via Twitter/@Titans

It started with a participant impersonating the Saints, the Titans’ Week 1 opponent, as “the Saint”. Louis Rams,” perhaps trying to rebuild a team that hasn’t played a game in St. Louis since 2016 — when the Rams moved back to Los Angeles.

For week 2, another participant coined the Chargers Bolt logo as “Lightning McQueen”.

It got worse from there, as after the Browns logo came the reply, “Oh, it’s just the football logo.”

Both of these participants started by calling the Chargers
These two participants began calling the Chargers the “Lightning McQueen” team.
Screengrab via Twitter/@Titans

One participant referred to the Browns as,
One participant mentioned Brown, saying, “Oh, that’s just the football logo.”
Screengrab via Twitter/@Titans

The Bengals were the “Boston Bobcats”.

The Colts were called the Cowboys by a group of four women, the Ravens were the Baltimore Orioles and the Falcons were the “Red Stallions”—which really inspired the team. changed his twitter name on thursday nightThe 2023 release scheduling from Rival reflects the comic.

In the last half of the reveal, some of the best – while also incorrect – names offered by the participants included “Pirates of the Island of the Caribbean” for the Buccaneers, rather than “Eagles, Eagles Eagles” from Pittsburgh. the Seattle Seahawks and its attempt to claim that the Jaguars were a logo that “doesn’t really exist.”

One participant tried to claim that the Jaguars were a team
One participant attempted to claim that the Jaguars were a team that “didn’t really exist.”
Screengrab via Twitter/@Titans

The Titans, who begin their 2023 season against the Saints, enter their offseason with different options at quarterback after the team drafted Will Lewis to join Ryan Tannehill and Malik Willis. In the other two options under contract.

They reportedly plan to stick with Tannehill to start, and aim to return to the playoffs in 2022 after missing it for just the second time in the last six seasons, when they finished with a 7-10 record.

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