In recent years, NFL teams have been getting more creative with how they announce their upcoming schedules, and the winner this year goes to the Tennessee Titans, who recently went viral with their unforgettable release of their 2023 matchups.
In a clip posted Thursday, the Tennessee team tweeted simply, “We asked people on Broadway to help us with our 2023 schedule release.” It included a laughing face emoji as well.
The video showed just how many people who visit the famed music/bar strip in Nashville are unaware of NFL team logos, and it’s downright hilarious. At the time of this publication it has been viewed more than 20 million times and counting.
We asked people on Broadway to help us with our 2023 schedule release. 🤣
📺: 2023 Schedule Release on @nflnetwork pic.twitter.com/31LsUUDn3O
— Tennessee Titans (@Titans) May 12, 2023
It is honestly hard to pick which one is the best. But a few notable ones would have to be when the person being interviewed was shown a lightning bolt for the Los Angeles Chargers and said it was “Lightning McQueen for September 17.” Lightning McQueen is the main character in Disney’s animated movie “Cars.”
Another notable answer would have to be when the person on the street was shown the Atlanta Falcons logo and said, “This one would have to be the red stallions.” The bonus was when she put her hand into a claw and roared.
And we would be remiss if we didn’t mention the lady who said the logo for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers football team was one that belonged to the famed “Pirates from the Island of the Caribbean.”
The fun continued from there. One thing to note, everyone interviewed got the Titans logo right.
The Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills, and Jacksonville Jaguars have garnered a ton of attention too on social media with their release schedule, but none came even close to the Titans.
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The NFL Network even tweeted that the Titans had won.
The Indianapolis Colts decided to change their Twitter name to “Not the Cowboys” after multiple people interviewed in the Titans video misidentified their logo as “the Cowboys.”
Look what you’ve done, @Titans 😂 pic.twitter.com/KygXk46oI0
— NFL (@NFL) May 12, 2023