Jim Wyatt says fans can expect dramatic changes coming to Nissan Stadium.

Nissan Stadium, home of the Tennessee Titans, was ranked 17th among 31 (now 30) NFL stadiums , according to the Athletic. Titans owner Amy Adams Strunk could be looking to move Nissan Stadium up on that list, though. According to Jim Wyatt in his Tuesday mailbag, “dramatic changes are coming in the future” for Nissan Stadium.

For some time now, I have wanted major renovations to the Titans stadium, or just a whole new stadium in general. I love Nissan Stadium, but it needs tons of work.

Wyatt mentioned some of the work that has already been done to the stadium, which has already helped tremendously. There is a new sound system, new seats, and a new paint job just to name a few.

The Titans stadium doesn’t have to be on par with the new Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, but I can’t lie, a make-over would be nice.

Hard Rock Stadium

Jim Wyatt alluded to the recent renovations the Miami Dolphins did to their stadium. Sun Life Stadium became Hard Rock Stadium and trust me, it’s pretty awesome.

Hard Rock Stadium
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The Dolphins went all out for Hard Rock Stadium. The renovation costed them $350 million, but it also helped Miami to become the host of the Super Bowl in 2020.

One of the coolest additions to the stadium were the very soft looking living room style seats.

Those seats look incredibly comfortable. I know that I would pay big money to sit in one of those on the 50 yard line at Nissan Stadium.

Other than giving their fans a nice place to watch games, the Titans could benefit largely from a stadium renovation. Nashville has already seen what the NFL Draft brought for the city. The city might give the team some sort of incentives for hosting events at the renovated stadium, much like Miami did for the Dolphins. On top of that, it would bring large amounts of fans that usually don’t attend into the Titans home games.

Having a nice “new” stadium could help to bring the Super Bowl to Nashville, which would do wonders for the city.

As of right now, it is unknown when these renovations could take place, but just know that they’re coming.

Featured Image: “Nissan Stadium” by SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

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