Vikings fans better pack up and return their #84 jerseys. The past few weeks have made Randy Moss look like a shiny metal pinball, bouncing around the arcade game that is the NFL. This past Monday, Brad Childress informed team mates that less than a month after joining the Minnesota Vikings, Moss would be waived. Whether it was his much criticized mooning of Packers fans during a touchdown celebration, negative comments about the team after a loss to the Patriots, or his angry tirade at a caterer in the locker room, we'll never know.
Yesterday, Moss made a move again, this time getting claimed off waivers by the Tennessee Titans. As we've done before, we have setup a Randy Moss tracker, which will update dynamically to follow the movement of Titans tickets over the rest of the season.
Here are the average ticket prices for upcoming Titans home games to setup a benchmark to track against moving forward.
- Tennessee Titans ticket prices are quite high, averaging $167.25 for their remaining home games.
- The highest priced Titans home game is when they face the Indianapolis Colts on 12/9/2010.
- Titans overall average ticket prices for the season are ranked at #16 , well below the Vikings at #7 on our NFL Ticket Prices & Rankings.
Average Tennessee Titans Ticket Prices for the 2010 Season (as of 11/4/2010)
We'll continue to track how Tennessee Titans ticket prices move over the season, but in the meantime you can watch the hilarious Randy Moss: One Clap video below. Let us know what you think in the comments below or on Twitter @SeatGeek.