Tennessee Titans

The Tennessee Titans are an American football team based in Nashville, Tennessee. They are members of the American Football Conference (AFC) of the National Football League (NFL) and were founded in 1960 as the Houston Oilers. In 1997, the team moved to Nashville and changed its name to the Tennessee Titans.

The Titans have had several successful seasons throughout their history. They reached the Super Bowl in 1999, when they lost to the St. Louis Rams in a closely contested game that was decided in the last minute.

In recent years, the Titans have achieved considerable success thanks to their pair of offensive players, running back Derrick Henry and quarterback Ryan Tannehill. In 2020, the team qualified for the playoffs and eliminated the New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens before being defeated by the Kansas City Chiefs in the conference final. Titans fans are known for their fervor and support. Home games at Nissan Stadium are always lively and the atmosphere is electrifying.