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Tennessee Titans Ticket Information

If you ever find yourself in Nashville, do not miss your chance to see the Tennessee Titans live and in action at Nissan Stadium. With a dedicated fan base and consistent talent on the team, the Titans are expected to have another outstanding season this year. Be sure to catch the Titans play one of their notorious rivals such as the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Houston Texans, or the Pittsburgh Steelers for a heart stopping game. Ever since the Titans made their move to Nashville in 1999, every home game has been sold out. Don’t wait on your chance to get the best seats in the stadium before they are gone!

Tennessee Titans Team History

The Titans were originally formed as the Houston Oilers as one of the eight charter members of the American Football League (AFL) before joining the NFL in 1970. After fan support in Houston collapsed for the 1996 season, the Oilers announced they would be moving to Tennessee for 1997. After a confusing season due to an undesignated home venue, the Oilers became the Tennessee Titans starting in 1999 to mark their transition to Adelphia Coliseum (now known as Nissan Stadium). Their first season there was the best in franchise history, finishing with a 13-3 record and making it to Super Bowl XXXIV, losing to the St. Louis Rams, who are now the Los Angeles Rams. The following season, the titans won their first AFC Central title, and by 2002 were moved to the newly created AFC South Division as a part of the league’s divisional realignment caused by the addition of the Houston Texans.

Tennessee Titans Today

The 2017 Tennessee Titans season was the franchise’s 48th season in the NFL, and second under head coach Mike Mularkey. The Titans matched their record from the previous season, and additionally clinched a 15-10 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 17, resulting in their first playoff appearance since 2008. After winning their first-round game against the Kansas City Chiefs, the Titans lost in their second game to the New England Patriots. Fans are expecting the Titans to have another great season this year, and are hopeful that the team will make it all the way to the Super Bowl.

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