Nissan Stadium is the name of the venue that is home to the Tennessee Titans. This AFC South team runs out of the tunnel each week to play for their hometown fans at their outdoor Nashville stadium. Opened in 1999, this venue boasts a total of 176 luxury suite boxes throughout the building. They vary in size, accommodating anywhere from 20 to 90 people.
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A franchise that has repeatedly changed with the times to evolve into the current football club we see on the field today, the Tennessee Titans originated in 1960 in the Eastern Division of the AFL before joining the NFL following the 1970 merger. Known at that time as the Houston Oilers, the team would move to Tennessee in 1997 and adopt the Titans name in 1999.
Despite the changes, this franchise cannot escape their snake bitten nature, with their only two championship wins occurring back to back in 1960 and 1961 in the AFL. The Titans made it to the Super Bowl only once, losing a heartbreaker to the Greatest Show on Turf in the St. Louis Rams in 1999. Quarterback Steve McNair’s pass on the final play of the game to wide receiver Andre Dyson resulted in a tackle just inches short of the goal line in the waning seconds of the game, sealing a Rams victory and breaking the hearts of Titans fans.
Not all history has favored the opposition, however, as the Titans were the beneficiaries of one of the most famous plays in NFL history. Nicknamed the Music City Miracle, an unlikely play at the end of a 2000 Wild Card playoff game against the Buffalo Bills saw tight end Frank Wycheck throw a lateral pass to Kevin Dyson who sprinted 75 yards to the end zone and a Tennessee victory. Fans have debated for years about whether or not it was actually a lateral pass, but the Titans had the call go their way and moved on in the playoffs that year.
The future of the quarterback position in Tennessee appears to be set going forward. Marcus Mariota had every intention of leading this team not only back to the title game, but to their first Super Bowl victory. However, inconsistent play saw him benched in favor of backup Ryan Tannehill. The surprise move was a break for Tannehill, who was trying to reinvigorate his career after being let go by the Dolphins. He solidified his spot going forward after a big Wild Card win against the Patriots and a Divisional Round victory against the high-powered Baltimore Ravens. Next up would be the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship. Despite leading 17-7 early in this one, Kansas City was able to come back to eliminate the Titans by a score of 35-24. Though the season ended in disappointment, there is a ton of reason to be optimistic when it comes to this team and their coach, Mike Vrabel. Tannehill was rewarded with a four year deal to stay in Tennessee and lead this squad for the foreseeable future. Mariota would leave Tennessee for the Raiders in the offseason.
Circling around Tannehill in the huddle are receivers AJ Brown and Corey Davis. Solid veterans any QB can rely on, the both turned in great 2019 performances. Derrick Henry had a monster season, eclipsing his personal best by going over 1,500 yards for the first time in his career.
Tennessee added defensive end Cameron Wake to their roster via free agency, but he was placed in IR midway through the season. Jeffery Simmons, the 19th overall pick of the 2019 draft, is looking like a veteran as defensive tackle for this team. CB Logan Ryan had a great year, as did Harold Landry III. Vic Beasley Jr. will join the group in 2020 to further bolster the defensive line.
Bud Adams, the late owner and founder of the franchise, had the privilege of watching some amazingly talented players play for him over the years. Legends of the Oilers/Titans include the likes of Warren Moon, Earl Campbell, Elvin Bethea, Bruce Matthews, Mike Munchak, Steve McNair, Eddie George, and Keith Bullock. For a more detailed history of the Tennessee Titans click here.
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