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NFL: Sep 8 @ 1:00pm

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CLE -5.5 -250 45.5
TEN 5.5 +190 45.5
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About the Tennessee Titans

The Titans huddling
The Titans huddling

The Tennessee Titans play in the National Football League (NFL) and also compete in the American Football Conference (AFC ), South. The team’s home game is played in Nashville, Tennessee. Prior to moving to Tennessee, the team was headquartered in Houston Texas.

The Tennessee Titans started out as the Houston Oilers in 1960 and competing in the American Football League (AFL). While playing for the AFL, the Oilers were two-time champions prior to joining the National Football League in 1970. The Tennessee Titans general manager is Jonathan Thomas “JON” Robinson.

Team history

One of the founding fathers of the AFL, K.S. “Bud” Adams Junior was the franchise president and owner. He founded the AFL in the late 1950s. The Oilers held the championship title in both 1960 and 1961, however, the following year, in 1962, they lost to the Dallas Texans by a mere three points and missed out on a third playoff appearance. This particular game was the longest football game on record and professional history lasting over 77 minutes for a total of 6 quarters.

Throughout the club’s history with the AFL and the NFL, they have made it to the postseason playoffs no less than 18 times. After the 1970 merger of the AFL and NFL, the team made the postseason 10 times.

The Oilers never claimed any other championships other than their very first two when they played in the AFL. After that, they won Eastern division titles in the AFL’s short 10-year lifespan.

Team Success

Tennessee Titans in action
Tennessee Titans in action

Originally the Houston team played in a high school stadium, Jepson Stadium, which ceded a mere 33,000 fans. In 1965 the team began playing at Rice Stadium which boasted 70,000 seats. Thirteen years later, the Oilers became the first team to play in a Roof Stadium that featured air-conditioning and synthetic turf indoors. This Stadium was called the Astrodome. The team was moved to the Volunteer State, Tennessee, in 1997. Just two years later the team changed their name and became the Tennessee Titans. After the name change, the Titans earned the AFC championship followed by making it to the Super Bowl XXXIV playoff game.

Famous players

Steve McNair

McNair made it to the playoffs five times, four times with the Titans and one time with the Ravens. With the Titans, he played in one Super Bowl, Super Bowl XXXIV. As a Titan, he was named All-Pro, co-MVP, and was a three-time pole all candidate.

Earl Campbell

Campbell plays college ball for the University of Texas where he wasn’t honored with the All-American title and the Heisman Trophy amongst other accolades. Campbell was named rookie of the year in the NFL after being the first draft pick in 1978 to the Oilers. Campbell was a very successful rusher who averaged around 1700 yards each season and he was awarded the top offensive player in the NFL three years in a row. He also was the league leader in touchdowns and rushing yards and in 1979 was awarded MVP.

Eddie George

George was the 1996 top rookie and started in the tailback position through 2003. He was selected for the Pro bowl game each year from 1997 to 2000. He also played in the Super Bowl XXXIV game where the Titans were defeated by the St. Louis Rams. In that Super Bowl game, he made two touchdowns, caught 235-yard passes, and had over 95 rushing yards. In 2011 college football Hall of Fame inducted George into their ranks.