Seasons of the Tennessee Titans The Tennessee Titans, an American football franchise in the National Football League, have completed the following seasons (NFL). The list details the Titans' season-by-season records from 1960 to the present, including postseason records and league accolades for individual players or head coaches.
The Titans began play in 1960 as a replacement for the Cleveland Browns who moved to Baltimore after one season. The Titans were originally known as the Houston Oilers but changed their name prior to the 1965 season. They are based in Nashville, Tennessee and play their home games at Nissan Stadium.
Tennessee has had only two winning seasons and has not made the playoffs since 2004. However, they do have a regular season record of 7-9-1 against Oakland in the playoffs. The last time they lost was to Pittsburgh in 1990.
Their average home attendance has been less than 10,000 per game since 2007 when they last had over 100,000 fans visit Titan's Stadium. The current stadium capacity is 67,500. The team averages just under 14,000 at home today.
The Titans have never won the Super Bowl but have appeared in the AFC Championship Game five times with most recent being in 2018 when they lost to the Chiefs 23-20 in overtime. They also made the NFL Playoffs in 1999, 2000, 2003, and 2004.
Henry carried for 195 yards in Tennessee's win over Baltimore last week, and his 188.5 running yards per game pace is the greatest in NFL history for players with at least two games played in a single playoffs. The game is scheduled to begin at 3:05 p.m. ET on Sunday.
The Tennessee Titans have played 21 seasons in total. Their inaugural season was in 1999, and their most recent was in 2019. When was the Titans' last appearance in the playoffs? The Tennessee Titans last appeared in the playoffs in 2019, when they were defeated in the Conference Championship game.
The Titans have won how many Super Bowls? The Titans have never won the Super Bowl. They came closest to earning a title in 1999, when they were defeated in the Super Bowl.
The Tennessee Titans' starting quarterbacks are listed below. The following is a list of the games they started throughout the season: Unless otherwise specified, community material is licensed under CC-BY-SA. Wikipedia articles that are relevant to the topic and are written by authors who control their content are significantly better than this article.
Brandon Weeden started the first three games of the season before being replaced by Jake Locker. Locker took over as the starter from that point on. He finished the season with 2,509 passing yards, 16 touchdowns, and nine interceptions.
Weeden was drafted by the Titans in 2012 and spent most of his time there as a backup to Matt Hasselbeck until he was traded to the Cleveland Browns in 2014. In 2015, he started eight games for the Browns before being injured. He missed all of 2016 after undergoing shoulder surgery. When Weeden returned for the 2017 season, he wasn't even signed by his new team; however, he did start two games for the Cowboys before being beaten out by rookie Dak Prescott.
Locker went to college at Washington State University where he played four seasons as a quarterback. The Titans selected him with their second overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. He's the first player from Washington State to be picked number one by the Titans.
The team was eventually renamed the Tennessee Titans, after Nashville's nickname, "the Athens of the South." The Titans won 13 games in 1999, led by quarterback Steve McNair and running back Eddie George, and the team's first playoff game in Nashville was noteworthy. McNair passed for two touchdowns and ran for another as the Titans beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 41-40 in overtime.
Tennessee has one of the largest sports markets in the United States. The Titans' home stadium is known as Nissan Stadium but it used to be called LP Field until 2016 when it was renamed after a new sponsorship deal was reached with auto manufacturer Nissan.
The NFL franchise began as the Baltimore Oilers in 1968. After three seasons, they moved to Los Angeles where they played from 1979 to 1996 before returning to Baltimore. The Titans have only missed the playoffs once, in 1999 when they went 10-6 under head coach Jeff Fisher.
They have had 12 winning seasons and have been to the playoffs nine times, most recently in 2014 when they lost to the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 in the AFC Championship Game.
The Titans currently play in Nissan Stadium which opened in 2010. Before that, they played at Vanderbilt University's Vanderbilt Stadium from 1960 to 1969 and Sullivan Stadium on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University from 1973 to 2009.
The Titans are owned by GEO Sports & Entertainment LLC.
They have defeated all 31 other franchises at least once during their time in Tennessee, including a perfect record against the Detroit Lions (5-0). Because of the strike-shortened 1982 season, all clubs were ranked by conference rather than division.
The following is a complete list of all regular season and postseason games between the Tennessee Titans and the Baltimore Ravens. The two clubs have met 26 times (including five postseason games), with the Tennessee Titans winning 13 and the Baltimore Ravens winning 13.