Tennessee Titans Fast Facts
- Conference & Division
- AFC South
- Year Founded
- Super Bowl Titles
- Mike Mularkey
- Home Stadium
- Nissan Stadium
- Stadium Capacity
- Indianapolis Colts, Houston Texans
2018 Tennessee Titans Schedule
It's a new era of football in Tennessee. New Titans coach Mike Mularkey is one of the best coaches in football, and will attempt to lead the Arizona Cardinals to the Super Bowl. The Titans and Titans fans are hoping for a strong 2018 -- and they could see results sooner rather than later.
Be there at LP Field this season to cheer on the Titans -- check out Tennessee's 2018 schedule, and buy your Titans tickets today!
Founded in 1960 as the Houston Oilers as a member of the American Football League, the Titans have a rich history -- both in Houston and in Tennessee. While in Houston, the franchise won two AFL Championships -- in 1960 and 1961. Since then, the Titans franchise has only appeared in a title game one other time -- in 1999, when the Titans fell to the St. Louis Rams in the Super Bowl.
The Oilers moved from Houston to Tennessee after the 1996 season, and played as the Tennessee Oilers for two seasons, before changing their name to the Titans in 1999 -- the same year the franchise went to its first-ever Super Bowl.
The Titans were one of the AFC powers in the early aughts, but haven't made the playoffs since the 2008 season -- when Kerry Collins led the Titans to the Divisional Round. First-year head coach Mike Mularkey will try to lead the Titans back to the playoffs -- and bring the franchise it's first-ever Super Bowl title!