I will say this, build a new stadium or upgrade the current one. It doesn't really matter because if neither of those things happen then the Titans will be gone. What does that do to tax revenue coming into the city? And for those of you that are pointing out many more pressing issues that Metro Nashville needs, answer me this. If not one dime of taxpayer money goes into the stadium project, where do you actually think that money will go? We as a city are 20 years behind on any workable regional transit system. Do you think that will change? Be honset. Are the schools going to receive anymore money and suddenly start producing better educated students? Are city employees going to get 10 or 15% raises? None of these things happens in a vacuum and foregoing one does not predetermine that the next one on the list will occur. Money is what make all of these things possible. How do cities get money? Taxes.What brings in tax revenue? Y'all tell me. I am not arguing for or against anything. Just saying that doing without one doesn't automatically give us any of the others.