Tennessee Titans Details
Many chuckled when head coach Mike Mularkey shared plans for introducing an “exotic smashmouth” style of offense to the Titans playbook, but few opponents were laughing after the NFL’s deepest backfield ran all over the rest of league in 2016. Former No. 2 overall draft pick Marcus Mariota broke out in his second year as a professional quarterback, finishing in the top ten in the league in passer rating, and TD-INT ratio and QB rushing yards. His dual-threat ability keeps opposing linebackers guessing when he has the ball in his hands. As if that weren’t scary enough, Tennessee may have the deepest running backs corps in the league in the pairing of veteran DeMarco Murray and second-year back Derrick Henry. Murray finished third in the league in rushing in 2016, his first year in a Titans uniform, and Henry finished sixth among rookies despite playing in a No. 2 role. The defense continues to improve, as well, as the acquisition of Super Bowl-winning cornerback Logan Ryan has strengthened Tennessee’s secondary.
Formerly known as the Houston Oilers, the franchise relocated to Tennessee in 1997 and adopted the Titans nickname two years later. They won their first AFC title that same year, losing the subsequent Super Bowl by a literal inch on the game’s final play. Since 1999, the Titans have played their home games at Nissan Stadium, which is situated on the Cumberland River. Since the organization moved to Tennessee, franchise legends have included running back Eddie George, tight end Frank Wycheck and quarterback Steve McNair.
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When do Titans playoff tickets go on sale?
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Tennessee Titans schedule
Browse the listings above to see all upcoming games, and visit the Titans Schedule page for additional information including game results and record. The regular season starts September 10th, and ends December 31st.
How much do Titans tickets cost?
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When do the Titans play the Colts?
Titans-Colts takes place on October 16th in Nashville and November 26th in Indianapolis. See our Titans vs. Colts matchup page for more information.
What is the Tennessee Titans preseason schedule?
The 2017 Titans preseason is scheduled to begin August 12th and end August 31st. For Tennessee Titans preseason tickets, visit our Titans Tickets page.
Tennessee Titans Top Matchups
The Tennessee Titans have a number of exciting matchups this season, see below for their top rivalries.