The Schedule in 2013
The Tennessee Titans are known for putting on shows for their dedicated fan base, with a steady
stream of top-tier matchups on their schedule each and every season also helping pack the stadium on a regular basis. Everyone
knows that AFC South rivalries like Houston, Jacksonville and Indianapolis are absolute must-sees, though that's not something
that you're going to figure out sitting at home wondering what the atmosphere of the big game is like.
But even though
we all know that you should get out to see as many AFC South matchups as possible if you're a Titans fan, there are plenty
of other amazing matchups from season to season that will have fans talking all over town. Down the home stretch of 2013,
you can catch great road games in Denver and St. Louis not to mention anticipated home games against Arizona and San Fran.
Once you're there in the stands with tens of thousands of your fellow fans, you'll understand loud and clear what all the
buzz is about.
Be there for all of the hard-hitting NFL action, from highlight reel runs
and eye-popping catches to clutch throws that will have you jumping out of your seat in no time. With a game loaded with players
headed for the Pro Bowl , you'll see first-hand why the NFL has become the cream of the crop in
American professional sports. When your favorite team storms the gridiron for an electrifying matchup against a rival, you'll
understand the difference between seeing them on your fancy TV and seeing them from the stands. Once you've seen the game
the way it was meant to be seen, the TV experience suddenly feels like taking a look at the Grand Canyon on a postage stamp.
The Tennessee Titans are never exactly lacking in explosive playmakers, making it always a good idea
to get out and see for yourself how quickly they can change the dynamic of a big game. Chris Johnson has been one of the best
backs in the NFL ever since he came into the league, and he's always a threat to take it the distance each and every time
that he touches the ball. With that kind of electricity in your backfield, just about anything can happen, though the Titans
also have plenty of talent in their receiving corps and on the line of scrimmage.
But the Titans are also far from just
a team capable of playing finesse, as they also have a long running tradition of being able to play smash mouth football as
well. With a staunch defensive line and some linebackers that can track you down from sideline to sideline, the Titans can
play with anybody, making them always a threat to make a big move up the AFC South standings.
you know Warren Moon was the Grey Cup MVP twice before dominating in the NFL for the Houston Oilers?
Yup, before the
Oilers made the move over to Tennessee and became the Titans, Warren Moon was dicing up defenses all over the league, though
he started doing that well before he even came to the NFL. Playing up in Canada, Moon was virtually unstoppable and he immediately
made a huge impact in the NFL as well, helping usher in a brand new era of pass-first offense that still lives to this day.
Moon remains arguably the most recognizable player in franchise history, though the Titans have also had their fair share
of transcendent athletes dominate for them since coming over to Nashville at the end of the 90s.
tickets to see the Titans have been available in Nashville since 1999, when the team arrived after years in Houston. The Titans
didn't waste time getting some wins, however, as they went to the Super Bowl to play the Rams not long after that in one of
the most exciting finishes in Super Bowl history, leaving the Titans just a yard short of capturing the title. The Titans
have another very talented roster filled with players that can turn the direction of a big game on a dime, making it always
a good idea to take a look at the schedule so you can join the Titans for an epic road matchup you'll be talking about long
after it's all over.
Titans' fans definitely know a thing or two about showing their support
for the hometown team, though that's something that you have to see for yourself to truly appreciate. We all know that you
can get an idea of what the game is like from home, sort of, but it's a completely different experience to actually feel the
pulse of the crowd as the Titans dig in looking to make one more big play to seal the deal. Hope springs eternal in Music
City, giving you plenty of reasons to come out and participate in the camaraderie first-hand.