The franchise started as the Houston Oilers (1960-1996). 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.
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 permanently. The Titans have had playoff appearances in 2019 and 2020 and competed for the AFC Championship in 2021.
Where do/does the Tennessee Titans play?
In 1999, the team began playing in Nissan Stadium, in Nashville, TN where they are still located today.
Who else plays in the Tennessee Titans division?
The Tennessee Titans are a part of the AFC South.
Other members include:
What time do the gates open to stadium?
The gates at Nissan Stadium open two hours prior to kickoff.
Who are the Tennessee Titans biggest rivals?
The Colts, Jaguars, Texans, Giants, Raiders and Cowboys.
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