'Titans Code Blue' In Effect This Week

Fans Encouraged to Wear Titans Light Blue to Celebrate Sunday Night Football in Nashville




'Titans Code Blue' is in effect this week as the Titans and Colts square off in a nationally-televised game on NBC Sunday night at LP Field. 
NASHVILLE, Tenn. ?** The Tennessee Titans are calling on fans to participate in ?Titans Code Blue? and wear Titans light blue this week to celebrate Sunday night?s nationally-televised game at LP Field.

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Titans fans and the city of Nashville will be showcased on NBC?s Sunday Night Football, which was the country?s most-watched primetime broadcast in two of the first three weeks of the regular season. LP Building Products, Pinnacle Financial Partners and CMT will provide light blue T-shirts to all fans in attendance to watch the Titans face the Indianapolis Colts

?Fans embraced this promotion at such a high level last year, we wanted to give them a similar opportunity during the 2009 season,? said Titans Executive Vice President Don MacLachlan.  ?In addition to the festivities on game day, we learned that many schools and workplaces across the Mid-South region adopted a Titans Code Blue dress policy and can envision similar occurrences on casual Friday or another day of their choosing this week.?

Titans Code Blue was unveiled for the first time for a Monday night game against the Colts in October 2008.  The Titans won the game by a final score of 31-21.

Sunday night will mark the first time NBC has televised an NFL game from Nashville. Bob Costas hosts the broadcast, while Al Michaels (play-by-play), Cris Collinsworth (color commentary) and Andrea Kremer (sideline reporter) describe the action.  On average, 21.1 million viewers in the United States watched the Sunday night game during the first three weeks of the season.

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