Terrible Twitter Takes: Preseason

Non-Titans Takes

5. Can’t say I’m surprised.

4. Thought this was a Josip or Trevor Tweet with how bad it was.

3. Time to change your name to Losip for all the “L’s” you’re taking.

2. Love a good local sun.

1. I have so many questions, but I’m not sure I’m prepared for the answers.

Season Prediction Twitter

Titans Twitter

24. If this is satire, then it’s the dumbest version of it.

23. Malik is hopefully the future of the franchise, but now is not the future.

22. You know what the Titans’ defense needed to become elite? Another ILB.

21. Step 1. Bench Tannehill Step 2. Play rookie QB with assumed bad receivers Step 3. Profit?

20. Time to cut Farley loose.

19. Breaking News: Mike Vrabel will leave the team if there is a rebuild.

18. The Coach of the Year actually stinks.

17. Open practices >>>>>>

16. Congrats, you made it!

15. Trying to improve the QB is a federal offense.

14. No, I don’t think that was a discussion in the negotiations.

13. In no world was NWI getting more productive than A.J. Brown.

12. Congrats to the Titans fanbase for having the power to trade A.J.. If only they could use their collective power for the forces of good.

11. Imagine hating Mike Keith.

10. The best way to compete is to release or trade all your players.

9. Same wavelength, but cut the only sure thing the team has at tackle.

8. Titans_Falses at it again.

7. Everyone needs a regular season QB and a postseason one. Especially when the postseason guy is a rookie!

6. No.

5. Really galaxy brained level stuff here.

4. Never, ever, in a million years.

3. After watching this preseason, I can say without a doubt, this is one of the worst takes you can have methinks.

2. Apparently mental health only applies to certain people.

1. Early contender for worst tweet of the year.

Author: Robert GreenlawBorn and raised west of the Mighty Mississippi, a 2nd-grade project on the state of Tennessee introduced Robert to Steve McNair and Eddie George, turning him into a Titans fan for life. Robert was best known for being the Music City Miracles "links guy" for the better part of a decade. He loves all things sports and can be found on The Flex fantasy football podcast, part of Broadway Sports Media.

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