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Team: Tennessee Titans
Division: AFC South
Home Games: Nissan Stadium
Head Coach: Mike Vrabel
AFC Championships: 1 (1999)
All-Time Greats: George Blanda, Curley Culp, Charlie Joiner, Kevin Mawae
The Tennessee Titans got its start as the Houston Oilers in 1960. In 1997, the Oilers packed up and left town for Memphis. For just two years, the team was the Tennessee Oilers before transitioning to the Titans fans know and love today. In 1999, the team became known as the Tennessee Titans and started playing in Nashville. They also had one of the most memorable seasons in the history of the franchise that year. The Titans made it all the way to the Super Bowl that year, ultimately losing to the Rams playing for St. Louis at the time. The following year, the Titans finished with a record of 13-3 and won the team's first division title under the new name. Even with some rocky starts, the team's first few years were mostly successful and helped to cement the new name and legacy in the minds of fans. Be sure to grab your Tennessee Titans tickets at StubHub.
Where can I get tickets to a Tennessee Titans game?
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Who are the Tennessee Titans’ biggest rivals in their conference?
The Tennessee Titans have three AFC South opponents and share some form of rivalry with each one. In most cases, the Jacksonville Jaguars are the Titans' primary rivals thanks to some highly competitive games played between the two franchises. Both teams were having a few successful seasons in the '90s and increased their respective competitive spirits as a result. The Houston Texans team considers the Titans its primary rival thanks to the latter's prior history in Houston before its relocation to Tennessee. Finally, the Indianapolis Colts team has enjoyed many successes against the Titans under quarterbacks such as Andrew Luck and Peyton Manning. Recently, this rivalry has become more even.
What was the Tennessee Titans’ record last season?
The 2019 season for the Tennessee Titans was the second season under new head coach Mike Vrabel. It is also the fourth season in which the team has finished with a record of nine wins to seven losses. This was enough to finish second in the AFC South.
Where can I see a Tennessee Titans game?
You can catch the Titans at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tenn. The stadium can seat over 69,000 football fans for a Titans game. There are also towers that include luxury suites and boxes. If you want to follow the Tennessee Titans during away games, you can catch the team playing matches at venues such as the NRG Stadium in Houston or the Oakland Coliseum.
Do the Tennessee Titans have any historical rivalries?
Yes, the Titans team developed some other rivalries over the years that have gone down in football history. When the team was still known as the Oilers, it created an intense rivalry with the Pittsburgh Steelers. After becoming the Titans, the team formed a strong opposition to the Baltimore Ravens. This rivalry came about in part due to star quarterback Steve McNair leaving the Titans for the Ravens.
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