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Stadium: Saint Thomas Sports Park
Super Bowl Appearances: 1 (1999)
Notable Players: Earl Campbell, George Blanda, Warren Moon, Bruce Matthews, Steve McNair, Eddie George, Chris Johnson, Jeff Fisher (Coach)
Formerly the Houston Oilers, where they captured two AFL titles before the NFL merger, the Titans have featured some of the best players to ever play the game and have authored some of the greatest moments in NFL history. Warren Moon. George Blanda. Earl Campbell. Bruce Matthews. And the Music City Miracle? It doesn’t get more exciting than that.
This season, Tennessee looks to return to the Playoffs for the first time since 2008. The Titans need a big season from quarterback Jake Locker, who still hasn’t made the leap many expected him to. The Chris Johnson era is over, and while the team will rely on Shonn Greene and Dexter McCluster, rookie running back Bishop Stankey is also looking to make an impact in his first year.
Entering his fourth season as head coach, Hall of Famer Mike Munchak is looking to get the Titans back to their winning ways. And if any team is going to unseat the Indianapolis Colts from atop the AFC West, it’s going to be the Tennessee Titans. Grab your Tennessee Titans tickets now so you don’t miss a single play at Saint Thomas Sports Park.
Tennessee Titans Schedule 2014
The Titans are going to make the Playoffs for the first time in six years, they are going to have to navigate through the 2014 schedule. The Indianapolis Colts, Houston Texans and Jacksonville Jaguars will all provide challenges in the AFC South, but the Titans will also have to deal with opponents from the NFC East and AFC North. Find all of the games you want to see by checking the entire Tennessee Titans schedule now.
Key Home Games
Week 2 vs. Dallas Cowboys - Currently the hottest ticket on the schedule, the home opener versus Tony Romo, Dez Bryant and the Cowboys has Tennessee buzzing.
Week 11 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers - Two-time Super Bowl winner Ben Roethlisberger brings the Steelers to Tennessee for a clash with the Titans.
Week 17 vs. Indianapolis Colts - If the Titans have the kind of season they want to, the final game of the season against the division rival Colts could be for the AFC South crown.