Titans host movie night, forget to shut off sprinklers


The Titans are at a critical juncture in their history.

By trading away the No. 1 pick in next week's draft, the Titans have acquired the necessary personnel resources to build a winner -- and perhaps a champion -- with the correct foresight and decision-making. Is the organization sharp enough to take advantage of this enviable position? Are they capable of making the right moves?

More to the point: Can Titans fans trust that their favorite team is paying attention to the vital details during a time of historic urgency?

In other news, the Titans forgot to shut off their sprinklers on Saturday night and subsequently drenched a bunch of season-ticket holders at a "Movie Night" event at Nissan Stadium.

Let's take a look at the carnage from another angle. This feels like a deleted scene from Fear The Walking Dead.

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Here's what innocence looks like moments before it's lost for good:

"Some sprinklers went off for about 30-45 seconds in one quadrant of the field, which was unfortunate and unexpected since we had changed the timers for the sprinklers," the Titans said in a Sunday statement to The Tennessean. "We had a good turnout of our season ticket members and their families and realize it didn't make for a great night for those who got wet, and for that we apologize."

Stay calm (and dry), Titans fans. We're sure this means nothing at all.