Tennessee Titans Announce Max Fan Capacity, October Deadline Close(Updates)!

Latest on Titans Fan Attendance.

Nihill held a news conference today, and there was some new information about what the Titans can expect in terms of attendance.

Remember that the NFL doesn’t have a league-wide mandate on which fan bases are allowed to have fans in their stands or even what the qualifications for allowing people to attend games in 2020 should be.

In the wake of the Titans’ announcement that fans will not be able to attend the season opener, concerns abound as to how the team plans to handle October. There are only three October games for Tennessee, and all of them are against AFC opponents.

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The fact that the Houston Texans and Buffalo Bills made the playoffs last year, while the Pittsburgh Steelers just missed them despite not having their primary quarterback, underscores the significance of this matchup.

When evaluating the Titans’ playoff chances, it’s critical to strive to gain an advantage in these games.

After all, these are the victories and defeats you will forget about until Week 12. Getting the #2 AFC seed with a 3-0 record during that span is possible, while a 1-2 record might result in the Titans missing the playoffs entirely.

How many fans?

There are 69,000 seats in the stadium, therefore if the Titans are allowed to have fans, that implies 14,500-15,200 people will be able to attend the game.

Even though it doesn’t seem like much, it’s certainly better than nothing.

It’s worth noting that the maximum seating capacity for a Nashville Predators game is 17,159, which is still more than the combined average attendance for a Tampa Bay Rays and Miami Marlins game.

To reiterate, anything is preferable to nothing, and in these uncertain times, it is a respectable figure when you consider that there should be few if any opposing fans in the stands.

Unfortunately, we’ve been left hoping against hope that Mayor John Cooper would make the right decision.

Even if Cooper decides that Nissan Stadium cannot open in October, there will be enough to do in Nashville if that is the case.

For example, you may ride about Nashville on a pedal bicycle or walk down Broadway and enter a busy pub to listen to live music (social distance not required).


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