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Before the AFL/NFL merger in 1970, the Tennessee Titans were known as the Houston Oilers. As the Oilers, the team won two AFL championships. As the Titans, Tennessee faced the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXIV where they lost 23-16. The Titans belong to the AFC South Division and play in LP Field in Nashville, Tennessee. As an organization, the team has appeared in the playoffs more than 20 times, with three championship game appearances. The Tennessee Titans are led by President and Owner Bud Adams.
Watching the Tennessee Titans
You can expect a lot of cheering and good Tennessee food when you watch a Tennessee Titans game. Located in downtown Nashville, the LP Field is the place to be for any and all football games. Here, one can take a night to eat dinner at somewhere like Jack’s BBQ before heading out to the Field by way of the Pedestrian Bridge. The view from both the Stadium and the Bridge is one of a kind. Nashville is a fun city full of country music, great southern food, and die-hard fans. There’s nothing like a Titans game!
Tennessee Titans at LP Field
Previously known as the Houston Oliers, the Tennessee Titans moved to their new home to LP Field in Nashville after finding Houston's Astrodome to be unsuitable for their growing needs. LP Field was constructed in 1999 specifically to accommodate the city's new football team. With a capacity of 68,798, the stadium currently hosts Titans events, Tennessee State University Tigers football games, and some soccer matches. LP Field is oftentimes criticized for the quality of its playing field, which is covered in natural Bermuda Sod grass and is very vulnerable to weather fluctuations.
Tennessee Titans 2011 Team Outlook
A new era dawns for the Tennessee Titans. 2011 will mark the first time in 17 seasons for the franchise that Jeff Fisher has not been roaming the sidelines. A new age for the Titans can begin in solid fashion with an improved passing offense and pass defense. Tennessee was terrible in both categories a year ago. The Titans gained 3,107 passing yards all season and allowed 4,032 yards through the air. New quarterback Matt Hasslebeck is expected to give the passing game a shot in the arm after arriving in Tennessee from the Seattle Seahawks. If Hasslebeck delivers a more potent passing attack, it will help running back Chris Johnson regain his 2009 form. Two years ago, Johnson rushed for an NFL single-season record of 2,509 yards and 16 touchdowns. Last season, with no formidable passing game, his total dipped to 1,364 yards and 12 touchdowns.
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