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I'd have to say because of the significance the Titans 34-31 OT win over the Steelers in 2003. I'll never forget the fireworks going off as Nedney missed his first attempt in OT. The Steelers apparently rank that game pretty high on their list of most heartbreaking playoff losses.
This post was edited by Dan Cotton on 9/14/2010 at 10:46 AM
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Got to go with that one. That was just a great game to watch with Steve McNair and Tommy Maddox dueling it out. Not at all like the old Oilers-Steelers grind-it-out games in the 70s and early 80s, but just as fun, maybe more so, to watch.
TitanInsider: Any closer and you'd be in the huddle.
Mine too, Dan. We were high in the third tier of the north end zone and it must have been 20 degrees, but we were ecstatic with the 3rd -- and winning -- FG attempt.
Of course also memorable is me screaming "Kill him!" to our D right before they flattened Tommy Maddox in '02. Thankfully they only took me 80% seriously.
Agree with this playoff game...aka the Music City Mulligan.
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