The Titans have made plenty of changes lately, and owner Amy Adams Strunk reached out to her season-ticket holders to say she’d do everything in her power to fix things.
And since it’s been a bit since they’ve been any good at football, she’s also good enough to not raise ticket prices this offseason.
“I realize we have not met your expectations, and our recent on-field performance is unacceptable,” Strunk wrote, via the Associated Press. “My goal is simple: to return the Titans to the consistent playoff contender we were during our first several years in Nashville.”
Since she took over last March, she’s hired a new team president (Steve Underwood), General Manager (Jon Robinson) and coach (Mike Mularkey). That kind of turnover is reasonable, since they’re 5-27 the last two years, and earned the top pick in this year’s draft the old-fashioned way — by stinking.
They’ve had just one winning season in the last seven, and haven’t won a playoff game since after the 2002 season.
“I will do everything in my power to get this team back among the upper echelon of the league,” Strunk wrote. “I thank you for your continued support of the Titans, and we are hard at work to give you the team that you deserve.”
That means they have to beat the bushes to sell more tickets, and the letter included a number of perks, including a lunch or dinner with Strunk, Underwood, Robinson, and Mularkey, along with vouchers for concessions.