Tennessee Titans


Full NameTennessee Titans

Nick NameThe Titans, Smash and Dash


GroundNissan Stadium

Team Owner(s)Amy Adams Strunk

Prominent PlayersDerrick Henry, Ryan Tannehill, Steve McNair, Eddie George


The Tennessee Titans are a member team of the American Football Conference (AFC) South division and play their home games at Nissan Stadium in the National Football League (NFL). From 1960 through 1996, the team was based in Houston, Texas, and went by the name Houston Oilers. During that period, it won two American Football League (AFL) championships (1960 and 1961). When the AFL was created in 1960, the Oilers were one of the eight founding clubs. They won the inaugural AFL championship under quarterback George Blanda's guidance, and they repeated as winners the following season. The Titans had a lot of postseason success in the early 2000s when they qualified for the playoffs in all but one of the seasons from 1999 to 2003, but they only did so twice over the course of the following thirteen years. The Titans' situation started to turn around in the late 2010s, and since 2016, they have had six straight winning seasons—their longest winning streak since they were the Houston Oilers. During that period, they have also made four playoff berths.

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Tennessee Titans Roster 2022-23

Here is a detailed look into the Tennessee Titans Roster for the 2022-2023 season.

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12Joshua DobbsQB
17Ryan TannehillQB
7Malik WillisQB
36Julius ChestnutRB
25Hassan HaskinsRB
22Derrick HenryRB
16Treylon BurksWR
19Chris ConleyWR
13Racey McMathWR
15Nick Westbrook-IkhineWR
2Robert WoodsWR
81Austin HooperTE
85Chigoziem OkonkwoTE
86Kevin RaderTE
87Geoff SwaimTE
61Le'Raven ClarkOT
71Dennis DaleyOT
78Nicholas Petit-FrereOT
55Aaron BrewerOG
64Nate DavisOG
62Corey LevinOG
70Jordan RoosOG


96Denico AutryDE
98Jeffery SimmonsDE
95DeMarcus WalkerDE
94Mario EdwardsDT
90Naquan JonesDT
97Kevin StrongDT
93Teair TartDT
53Dylan ColeOLB
48Bud DupreeOLB
99Rashad WeaverOLB
57Tarell BashamLB
50Jack GibbensLB
42Joe JonesLB
56Monty RiceLB
30Tre AveryCB
26Kristian FultonCB
38Davontae HarrisCB
20Lonnie JohnsonCB
30Greg MabinCB
21Roger McCrearyCB
23John ReidCB
29Josh ThompsonDB
31Kevin ByardFS
47Andrew AdamsSS
37Amani HookerSS
28Joshua KaluSS


14Randy BullockK
4Ryan StonehouseP
46Morgan CoxLS

Tennessee Titans Record- Last 10 Years

SeasonDivision FinishRecordPlayoffs
20211st AFC South7-10-0Lost Divisional Playoffs
20201st AFC South12-4-0Lost Wild Card Playoffs
20192nd AFC South11-5-0Lost Conference Championship
20183rd AFC South10-6-0Did Not Qualify
20172nd AFC South9-7-0Lost Divisional Playoffs
20162nd AFC South10-5-1Did Not Qualify
20154th AFC South10-6-0Did Not Qualify
20144th NFC West12-4-0Did Not Qualify
20132nd AFC South13-3-0Did Not Qualify
20123rd AFC South11-5-0Did Not Qualify

Tennessee Titans Championships

The Titans have only been in one Super Bowl (XXXIV), when they lost 23-16 to the St. Louis Rams (now Los Angeles Rams). The Tennessee Titans have made it to a total of 25 playoff appearances to date, however, they have had a low success rate when it comes to championship wins. The Titans have won 11 Divisional Championships and 1 Conference Championship till now.

Popularly Asked Questions

When did the Tennessee Titans move to Nashville?

The team relocated to Tennessee in 1997, and in 1999, the year Nissan Stadium in downtown Nashville on the east bank of the Cumberland River opened, it changed its name to the Titans.

Since then, Nashville has gained national recognition thanks to the Titans, who have established themselves as a local mainstay.

Where is the Tennessee Titans Home Stadium?

The current Tennessee Titans home stadium is the Nissan Stadium. It is owned by the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, it is primarily used for football and is the home field of the Tennessee Titans of the National Football League (NFL) and the Tigers of Tennessee State University.

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Did the Tennessee Titans win a Super Bowl yet?

The Titans have yet to win a Super Bowl, falling short in their only appearance in Super Bowl XXXIV, although the team does have two championships from its early years in the AFL.

Why did the Tennessee Titans change their name?

The team relocated to Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville in 1998 as a result of low attendance.

The club played under the name Tennessee Oilers for those two seasons, but for the 1999 campaign, it adopted the Titans moniker and relocated to Adelphia Coliseum (now known as Nissan Stadium).

Where can I stream Tennessee Titans’ games?

You can stream any Tennessee Titans game on the Tennessee Titans app or the NFL Game Pass app. Tennessee Titans’ games are also streamed on FOX Sports, or ESPN or CBS.

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