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Tennessee Titans Set The Field On Fire--Literally

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Tennessee Titans Set The Field On Fire--Literally

Tennessee Titans Set The Field On Fire--Literally

Just before the Tennessee Titans' game against the Indianapolis Colts began, the Titans' pyrotechnic equipment glitched.

CNN reports the equipment malfunction sparked a small fire near the north end zone.

Titans players typically erupt out of the locker room and onto the field while bursts of fire shot high into the air around them.

But something went wrong, and a fire scorched the sideline after the players had cleared the field.

No one was injured.

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