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The Tennessee Titans, previously known as the Houston Oilers began play in 1960 as a charter member of the American Football League. Based in Nashville, Tennessee Titans rank number six in National Football League and is considered one of the most talented teams in professional American football. Houston Oilers was owned by Bud Adams, a Houston Oilman. His desire to provide state-of-the art facilities to his team prompted him to move from Houston to Nashville. To align themselves closer with the people of Nashville, Adams changed the name of his team to Tennessee Titans and decided to coincide it with the opening of Nashville football stadium, now known as LP Field.
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Led by their Head Coach, Jeff Fisher, over the last eleven seasons from 1999 to 2009, Tennessee Titans have made six playoff appearances and won three Division titles in 2000, 2002 & 2008. Along with two AFC Championship Games under their belt and one Super Bowl berth, Titans have been soaring high under the inspiring leadership of their coach. Over the years Pro Football Hall of Fame has acknowledged several Tennessee Titans players, most of who were in the team when it went by the name of Houston Oilers. Defensive end player Elvin Lamont Bethea, quarterback George Blenda, running back Earl Campbell, defensive back Ken Houston, offensive lineman Bruce Matthews, quarterback Warren Moon and football guard Mike Munchak were among the notable players who made it to Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Tennessee Titans play their home games at LP Field in Nashville. The stadium seats approximately 68,798 fans and has a state-of-the-art, open-air, natural grass facility. During Tennessee Titans game the stadium is filled to its capacity by loud, loyal fans that are present to support their team. Team’s official mascot raccoon who mostly goes by the name T-Rac, with his goofy and energetic antics leads the Titans fans into cheers.
Titans manage to be a formidable adversary and are always expected to give opponents a hard time even in the toughest divisions in the NFL. The team did a good job in 2009 and finished the season with an 8-8 mark. Titans became the first team in NFL history to win more than six games in a season after starting 0-6.
With the football season approaching Tennessee Titans will be looking to better its last years stats. Titans 2010 team will be giving new talent a chance as well as expecting from its existing players to bring home glory. Coach Fisher is counting on several players to bring out their best this season. After showing his tantalizing abilities during OTAs and the preseason, wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins, will definitely play an important role in team’s passing attack this year. Jason McCourty is another player that looks promising this year as his performance during OTAs won him rave reviews and his chances of stepping up to the challenge are pretty good. Having a brilliant season last year, Chris Johnson has emerged as one of the NFL’s top young offensive stars. His world-class speed and big-play ability to the rushing attack will definitely add to the Titans strength this year as well. Other players to look out for are quarterback Vince Young, tight end Jared Cook, linebacker Gerald McRath and running back Javon Ringer.
Under the leadership of Coach Jeff Fisher, Tennessee Titans have managed to develop a solid rushing defense, the ability to possess the ball with a strong running game and poise in the midst of adversity. Being a former NFL player he has used his experience to develop a tough team.
Football season is around the corner. Will the Titans be able to get their offensive production up or keep the defense playing at a superior level? To find out get your Tennessee Titans Tickets now! Make sure you are there in the crowd when the Titans take down the opponents.
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The Houston Texans
There is no love lost between the Tennessee Titans and the Houston Texans. The history between these two sides dates back to the year 2002, when as a result of the NFL realignment they were put in the AFC South. There is hardly anything to choose from between them right now in terms of head-to-head record. They have squared off on thirty one occasions till now and the Titans have their noses in front by winning sixteen games. The other fifteen have been won by the Texans.
The Tennessee Titans and the Jacksonville Jaguars met on the football field for the first time on September 3, 1995 in a clash that was played at the EverBank Field. The Titans, known as the Houston Oilers back then, triumphed 10-3. The animosity reached new levels in the postseason of 1999-2000. The Jaguars were leading 14-10 at HT but the Titans roared back to win 33-14. The Titans lead the regular season head to head record 25-20. That 1999-2000 playoff meeting remains the only time that these two teams have met beyond the regular season.
The Tennessee Titans also have a rivalry with the Indianapolis Colts. The Titans and the Colts met for the first time way back on October 11, 1970. Since then the head-to-head has been quite one sided in favor of the Colts. The team from Indianapolis has won thirty one regular season games compared to the Titans’ fourteen. They have also met once in the playoffs and that clash was won by the Titans.
The rivalry between the Tennessee Titans and the Pittsburgh Steelers goes back a long way. These two sides were once members of the AFC Central and met for the first time on September 20, 1970. The Titans came out on top in that encounter 19-7. The Steelers however have stolen the march on the Titans since then when it comes to the games played between them. The head-to-head regular season record is in favor of the Steelers 42-31. They have also met four times in the postseason and the Steelers have won three of those clashes too.
|WC||Sat, 04 Jan 2020||New England||W20-13||9-7|
|DIV||Sat, 11 Jan 2020||Baltimore||W28-12||9-7|
|CONF||Sun, 19 Jan 2020||Kansas City||L35-24||9-7|
|1||Sun, 08 Sep 2019||Cleveland||W43-13||1-0|
|2||Sun, 15 Sep 2019||Indianapolis||L19-17||1-1|
|3||Thu, 19 Sep 2019||Jacksonville||L20-7||1-2|
|4||Sun, 29 Sep 2019||Atlanta||W24-10||2-2|
|5||Sun, 06 Oct 2019||Buffalo||L14-7||2-3|
|6||Sun, 13 Oct 2019||Denver||L16-0||2-4|
|7||Sun, 20 Oct 2019||Los Angeles||W23-20||3-4|
|8||Sun, 27 Oct 2019||Tampa Bay||W27-23||4-4|
|9||Sun, 03 Nov 2019||Carolina||L30-20||4-5|
|10||Sun, 10 Nov 2019||Kansas City||W35-32||5-5|
|12||Sun, 24 Nov 2019||Jacksonville||W42-20||6-5|
|13||Sun, 01 Dec 2019||Indianapolis||W31-17||7-5|
|14||Sun, 08 Dec 2019||Oakland||W42-21||8-5|
|15||Sun, 15 Dec 2019||Houston||L24-21||8-6|
|16||Sun, 22 Dec 2019||New Orleans||L38-28||8-7|
|17||Sun, 29 Dec 2019||Houston||W35-14||9-7|
|1||Thu, 08 Aug 2019||Philadelphia||W27-10||1-0|
|2||Sat, 17 Aug 2019||New England||L22-17||1-1|
|3||Sun, 25 Aug 2019||Pittsburgh||L18-6||1-2|
|4||Thu, 29 Aug 2019||Chicago||W19-15||2-2|
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The Titans finally beat the Colts
The Tennessee Titans have finally snapped their losing streak against the Indianapolis Colts. The Titans took on the Colts at the Nissan Stadium and came out on top 36-22 to notch up their first win against the team from Indianapolis since October 30, 2011. The win not only ends their eleven game losing run against the Colts but also puts them at the top of the AFC South with the Jaguars and the Texans. The Titans are looking good this year and they will be hoping to carry this momentum in their next encounter the Browns.
Tennessee Titans Ticket Prices
The average price for Tennessee Titans Tickets start from $645. The minimum get in price is $226 for Tennessee Titans Tickets at the Nissan Stadium - Nashville, Nashville. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|AFC Wild Card Home Game: Tennessee Titans vs. Baltimore Ravens||Nashville||10-Jan-21||$645||$226|
|AFC Divisional Home Game: Tennessee Titans vs. TBD (Date: TBD - If Necessary)||Nashville||17-Jan-21||$746||$613|
|AFC Championship Game: Tennessee Titans vs. TBD (Date: TBD - If Necessary)||Nashville||24-Jan-21||$1,260||$1,260|
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