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If you’re a Titans fan you don’t want to miss a game of this season – buy your tickets today! With one of the best running backs in the league, DeMarco Murray, taking snaps behind Marcus Mariota, you know it is going to be a fun season for the Titans and with SelectATicket’s cheap Tennessee Titans tickets, going to every game is totally possible.
After finishing last season 9-7, tied for the best record in the AFC South, the Titans narrowly missed out on the playoffs. However, with a very successful offseason, the Titans are in in prime position to seize the division from the Texans. With the acquisition of veteran receiver Eric Decker and 5th overall pick, Corey Davis, Tennessee addressed their biggest concern last season: a wide receiver.
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About the Tennessee Titans
The Titans as we know them today began in 1997 when the Houston Oilers relocated to Tennessee. For the next two seasons, they played as the Oilers in Memphis, but they had a hard time filling up the Stadium. In 1999, the team name was officially changed to the Titans and moved to Adelphia Coliseum in Nashville (now known as Nissan Stadium where they currently play).
In the first year in the new stadium, the Titans did not lose a single game at home and finished the season a franchise best, 13-3. In the first round of the playoffs that season against the Bills, the Titans found themselves in need of a score with 16 seconds left, receiving the ball on a kickoff. In what is called the “Music City Miracle” and a controversial play in NFL history, the Titans received the kick and threw a “lateral pass” across the field. Receiver Kevin Dyson caught the lateral pass and returned it for a touchdown. Later, in Super Bowl XXXIV, the Titans fell one-yard short as time expired in what would have been a game tying touchdown against the Rams. The incredible, game-saving tackle made by Mike Jones is known as “The Tackle”.
Since the Super Bowl loss in 1999, the Titans had limited postseason results after successful regular season campaigns. While their future looked promising with Vince Young and Chris Johnson, injuries devastated the team, and the Titans have not made the playoffs since the 2008 season.