The Tennessee Titans share their history with the Houston Oilers and a Tennessee Oilers, because they were formerly both of those clubs. However, the team has certainly done enough as the Tennessee Titans to stand out from the shadow of any former franchises or old names. Since becoming official in 1999, they have made a memorable Super Bowl run and came up 1 yard short of a world championship. They also made deep playoff runs in 6 of the team’s first 10 years in existence.
However, they have really struggled to reach that level in recent years. Between the Oilers and Titans, they have been the home for a number of legendary players, like Elvin Bethea, George Blanda, Earl Campbell, Mike Holovak, Ken Houston, Mike Munchak, Jim Norton, Bruce Matthews, Warren Moon, Bud Adams, Eddie George, Steve McNair and Frank Wycheck.
Tennessee Titans Next Game
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Tennessee Titans Score
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Tennessee Titans Standings
Let’s see how the rest of the division is doing compared to the Tennessee Titans. Standings are updated after each game. Check back often to keep up on their inter-division rivals.
Tennessee Titans Record
Key dates in the team history. January 30, 2000: The Titans were one-yard short of a Super Bowl ring. They came close in following years, but have not returned to the big stage.
How strong is the team within its division/conference? After some great success in the early years after relocating from Houston, the Titans have really struggled in recent seasons. The have not made the playoffs since 2008.
What are the team’s main strengths vs weaknesses? For a while, this team was guilty of being “stuck in the middle.” Not good enough to make the playoffs, but not bad enough to score a game-changing draft pick. Now, however, they have fallen to the depths of the NFL.
How far does the team usually go in the league? Not far lately. But they feel they have their QB of the future in Marcus Mariota, and they play in a pretty wide open division. Stranger things have happened than the Titans making a run at a .500 season.