A thorough review of the Titans' game-day experience at Nissan Stadium

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- I've spent a good deal of time recently discussing the game-day experience at Nissan Stadium with members of this site and with the Titans in order to compile what I hope is a wide-ranging review complete with suggestions on how the team and Nissan Stadium can continue to make it better.

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Season ticket holders lining up to greet players as they leave the locker room and greet the fans is a great feature at Nissan Stadium. Photo courtesy of Wade Dunn.

Let's dig right in.

Replays: The Titans got new equipment for the 2018 season, but they hardly mastered it despite additional hires. They feel they got better, but know they are not as good as they need to be. Nissan Stadium has eight to 12 camera stations plus portables and the equipment amounts to having additional DVRs. But the quickness, the accuracy and the angles were not there.

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