Tennessee Titans Schedule
The Tennessee Titans are ready to dwarf their opponents on the field this season as they
host some of the best squads in the National Football League. The Titans had an up-and-down season in 2013, mostly due to
an injury to starting quarterback Jake Locker. Locker looked to be breaking out in a big way last season before going down
with an injury, though backup veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick filled in admirably in Locker's stead. The team did see some of the
Chris Johnson of old, as he looked fresher and quicker down the stretch than he had over the previous couple of seasons, but
both Johnson and Fitzpatrick have moved on now. Defensively the Titans are a work in progress, but the unit has shown signs
of progress. This team was not able to make the postseason last year, but they are hopeful that they can get the job done
this time around. With some exciting matchups on the road this season, Titans fans are ready to head out to LP Field to witness
the best games of the season.
The Titans will host the Indianapolis Colts, who were able to take home the division title
in 2013, on December 28th for what should be a tough game. With youngster Andrew Luck under center, the Colts have quickly
turned things around since finishing with the worst record in the league just a couple of short years ago. The Colts have
shown that a reversal of fortune can come swiftly in the National Football League, and the Titans are hoping to do just that
this season. If they can defeat the Colts in Indiana, then that would signal that they could be ready to contend for a playoff
spot in the AFC.
Tennessee Titans Team Info
The 2014 Tennessee Titans season is already intriguing and
the season has yet to start. Running back Chris Johnson is now with the Jets but with Shonn Greene and second round draft
pick Bishop Sankey out of Washington in the backfield it does not appear as though he will be missed. The Titans were off
to a great start last year before starting quarterback Jake Locker was injured so the Titans went out and used their first
round draft pick on offensive tackle Taylor Lewan to shore up the line and help protect Locker. The Titans not only improved
their offense in the draft, but went on to address the defense, using their two fourth round and one fifth round pick on that
side of the ball. Big things could be in store for the Titans this year as they are playing in a winnable division, have added
talent and depth in the draft, and are entering the season injury-free.
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 thePro 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.
Tickets to see the Titans play at their home venue of LP Field are always hot sellers for a reason, as the Titans are usually
one of the best teams in the AFC and often host some of the toughest opponents that the conference has to offer. Home games
featuring the Titans are always great, though there is something great about being on the road as well, as there is nothing
quite like watching your favorite team as they hope to silence the home crowd to the joy of the true fans that made the trip.
Don't miss out on any of the Tennessee Titans action this season.
Tennessee Titans Trivia
Did 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.
Tennessee Titans History
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.
Tennessee Titans Fans
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.