Tennessee Titans Tickets

Tennessee Titans Tickets

Tennessee Titans is an American Football Club in Nashville, Tennessee. They are member of American Football Conference. They joined NFL in 1970. With great record history, they won two AFL championship in 1960 and 1961, AFC conference championship in 1999 and 9 division championship. Are you a fan? Book Tennessee Titans Tickets from askaticket and cheer your favorite team.

 

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About the Tennessee Titans

Tennessee Titans began to play as a franchise by the name of “Houston Oilers” from Houston, Texas. As being a charter member of AFL (American Football league) they won their first AFL championship in 1960. After winning 1961’s championship again they become the first to go back-to-back. After moving towards Astrodome, they became the first professional team to play on synthetic turf in domed stadium.

1970’s merger of AFL (American Football league) and NFL (National Football league) seem not very kind to Houston Oliver. They struggled hard to find any victory as a part of AFC, but in 1978 and 1979 stars like Elvin Bethea, Billy Johnson and Earl Campbell takes their team to AFC champion. They marked a good record but ultimately fall short in playoff. By 1995 the owner of the team Bud Adams wants a new stadium but later he decide to relocate the team to Nashville In 1997, Now two seasons are being played by Tennessee Oilers at Vanderbilt Stadium, and they finishes both season 8-8  

After 1999 a new era of Tennessee began. “Titans” became the new official name of Tennessee and then they move to their new stadium, Adelphia Coliseum (LP field). An impressive 13-3 record is led by titan’s extraordinary players Steve McNair and Eddie George. The advancement in playoffs is being done by them and in conference championship, in which they beat Jacksonville Jaguars, their division rival, to 33-14 to advance their first super Bowl. St. Louis Rams is being faced my Titans in Super bowl XXXIV in one of the best ever played championship games. McNair completed the pass to a giant Kevin Dyson, who before the time expire was tackled at one-yard line, giving 23-16 victory to Rams.

Now the team struggles to bring their glorious past back and find same success, new players including Chris Johnson and Jake Locker trying to bring Vince Lombardi Trophy to Nashville soon!