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Starting the franchise as the Houston Oilers (1960-1996), the Tennessee Titans are members of the NFL in the AFC South Division. The AFC South division also consists of the Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, and the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Before Nashville and after Houston, the team played in Memphis for one season in 1997. Known as the Tennessee Oilers (1997-1998), by 1999, the team changed names and went to the Tennessee Titans. Also in 1999, the team began playing in Nissan Stadium, in Nashville, TN where they are still located today. That same year, the logo, uniforms, and design also changed.
In the early years, the team saw troubles with gaining a fanbase. While the Houstonians supported the Oilers, once the move was announced in 1995, the fans began to grow in the opposite direction of the Oilers because they knew they would not be “their” team for much longer. However, when the team moved to Tennessee, the Nashville stadium was not finished. Therefore, the Tennessee Oilers, at that time, would be centrally located in Nashville, but play their home games in Memphis. After one season in Memphis, ownership was able to move the team to Nashville permanantly.
Though the team retains the heritage of the Oilers, the team changed its name to the Tennessee Titans as soon as the new stadium, now known as the Nissan Stadium, was opened. The name was to reflect leadership, strength, integrity, and heroic qualities.
The Titans have had an interesting history, but have never been lacking for generational talent. Hall of Famers Warren Moon and Earl Campbell played for the Oilers, while Steve McNair and Eddie George are two of the best Titans in franchise history.
Today, the Titans are led by former Patriot great Mike Vrabel at head coach and have a strong offensive duo in Ryan Tannehill at quarterback and Derrick Henry at running back to go along with a strong defense. That group led the Titans to the AFC Championship game in the 2019 season, but the team ran into the eventual Super Bowl Champions, the Kansas City Chiefs.
After another playoff appearance in 2020, the Titans have made the necessary changes to compete for the AFC Championship in 2021. With additions such as Julio Jones, Janoris Jenkins, and Bud Dupree, the Titans already look like a much better team than they were in 2020. With star running back Derrick Henry still healthy, the Titans look as ready as ever to challenge the Chiefs.
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