Nail-Biter at Wembley

Nail-Biter at Wembley



The Tennessee Titans made their NFL London Games debut against the Los Angeles Chargers for the second consecutive week of NFL action at Wembley Stadium. Both teams and fans came to secure a victory, bringing a nail-biting ending to an electrified crowd.

Prior to the game, fans were ready to kickoff gameday with spectacular pregame parties. The mouth-watering aroma of BBQ wings, fries and mac and cheese filled the air as soon as guests entered the venue. To accompany the southern-inspired menu, guests were given a taste of England, in a Pimms refreshment, served by local Brits wearing classic English top hats and a Pimms sport coat. Guests were spoiled with all sorts of entertainment – from a return of fan favorites, the Royal Footmen, to an unbelievably talented silhouette artist and appearances by Titans’ Cheerleaders. To top it off, there was a surprise visit from a special guest, former Titans’ linebacker Keith Bullock, who mingled and took pictures with guests.

As fans departed to Wembley, the sun was shining bright, offering perfect football weather, which remained throughout the game. Homefield advantage belonged to the Los Angeles Chargers and their fans took full advantage of the moment. Chargers’ flags flooded the stadium, creating a sea of their signature powder blue. Fans were on the edge of their seats as little time remained in the 4th quarter. With 35 seconds left on the clock, the momentum was in the Titans’ favor, after Marcus Mariota connected with Luke Stocker for a 31-yard touchdown. Head coach Mike Vrabel decided to go for the win with a two-point conversion attempt, but the ball was tipped by Chargers’ Safety Adrian Phillips, resulting in a 20-19 win for the Chargers. The weather was great, the game was better, and it was an all-around great time for all fans that joined.

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