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1999 was a special year in Nashville, Tennessee. Music City finally got a franchise of its own, and playoff success – along with one of the most famous plays in postseason history -- was just around the corner.

It wasn’t always pretty for the Oilers-Titans. The first season for the Oilers was met with less-than-stellar attendance, but once the team had a new stadium and a new name – the Titans – things turned around.

Coached by Jeff Fisher, this new team was a potent combination of an experienced front office and veteran roster with the brash youth of a new name and zip code. The 1999 Titans won thirteen games and earned a playoff berth.

The Titans almost made an early exit. Facing the Buffalo Bills, Tennessee found themselves down by one with sixteen seconds on the clock. Wade Philips’ Bills seemingly iced their win with a comeback field goal to go up by a 16-15 score.

On the ensuing kickoff, the last play of the game, tight-end-with-an-arm Frank Wycheck received the kick. Wycheck threw a lateral pass to wide receiver Kevin Dyson. Dyson ran 75-yards for the game winning touchdown as time expired. It was the “Music City Miracle.” The Titans went on to upset both the Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars on their home turf before entering Super Bowl XXXIV.

The 1999-2000 Super Bowl was met with much surprise. Both the Titans and St. Louis Rams were honeymoon stories. The Rams, “The Greatest Show on Turf,” threw an offensive assault behind quarterback Kurt Warner. The game delivered on its high expectations. Down 23-16, Titans QB Steve McNair threw to Dyson on the last play of the game, a short ten yards out from the end zone. Dyson caught and approached a potential game-tying TD. Then Mike Jones, a linebacker for the Rams applied “The Tackle,” among the most famous, and disheartening, defensive plays in Super Bowl lore. Dyson fell one-yard shy of the end zone. The Titans lost their miracle season on the highest stage: 23-16.

The Titans, building on this hot start in Nashville, have established themselves as consistent playoff contenders.

When Are Tennessee Titans Playoff Tickets On Sale?

The exact date changes from year to year, but NFL teams typically clinch the playoffs in mid-December, at which point playoff tickets will be put on sale.

How much do Tennessee Titans Tickets Cost?

Tickets for NFL playoff games average $240 on the secondary market.

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