LP Field, the home of the Tennessee Titans, is one of many areas affected by the flooding in Nashville.

The field, which is located on the Cumberland River, is completely submerged by water as seen on this screen shot of a local news broadcast.

The rain has finally stopped falling in Nashville, but it is estimated the city was hit with nearly two feet of rain in the past two days. Some more pictures of the flooding in and around the stadium can be viewed through this blog post on ESPN.com.

Titans running back Chris Johnson even posted a couple pictures on his Twitter account that show the devastation in the city. They can be viewed here and here.

Above is a picture of the city on Saturday, and a lot more rain has fallen since then.

advertisement | advertise on newsday

The flooding has taken its toll on the entire city. Already 12 people have died in Tennessee, including six in Nashville.

The scene at LP Field harkens back to the surreal scene of the Superdome surrounded with water in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Let's hope and pray the situation in Nashville doesn't become that dire.