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Tennessee Titans: Perfect time for Thursday Night Football

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Thursday Night Football invades Nashville this week, and the timing couldn’t have been better for the Tennessee Titans.

With a chance to bury their arch-nemesis and move into a possible tie for first place in the division, the Titans suffered another gut-wrenching home loss to the struggling Indianapolis Colts Sunday. 389 more words

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District 9 Official Fan Site - Welcome!


Well, I finally did it. I finally got our official District 9 fan site up and running.  I’m very excited, and I look forward to making this webpage a place for people to share any news, opinions, or to contribute their own compositions relevant to the film. 154 more words

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Tennessee Titans: Changing their perception

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A two point victory over a winless team may not move the needle for most people who follow the NFL, but for the Tennessee Titans and their fans it’s a huge development. 624 more words

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Why You Need a Facebook Fan Page

The past few years have brought about many changes in the way we do business. For any business that wishes to succeed over the next several years, social media marketing—Facebook in particular—has become a necessity. 550 more words

Tennessee Titans: Home field disadvantage continues

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The Tennessee Titans’ woes at home continued today when their last second comeback effort fell short against the Oakland Raiders.

The Titans nearly overcame a double digit second half deficit for the second week in a row, but the Raiders held on for a gritty 17-10 victory. 415 more words

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One Facebook Reaction beats all others

Big brands get most engagement from Facebook Reactions

If you were hoping those emojis were going away anytime soon, I wouldn’t hold your breath.  Facebook’s dive into using enhanced “like” buttons – Facebook Reactions – appears to be taking hold. 179 more words