History of Tennessee Titans
The Titans were initially formed as the Houston Oilers, one of the eight charter member teams of the American Football League (AFL). The team entered the NFL in 1970 as part of the AFL–NFL merger and has remained a notable franchise of the NFL ever since.
They played in Houston till the 1996 season. The team played under the AFL's Eastern Division for their first decade and became part of the American Football Conference (AFC) upon their joining the National Football League. Before the 2002 season, they played under the AFC's Central Division.
The team won two league championships when they were Houston Oilers. They were also Tennessee Oilers for the 1997 and 1998 seasons. Finally, they changed their franchise name to the current version Tennessee.
Team Color, Logo, and Uniform of Tennessee Titans
Navy, Titans blue, red, silver, and white are the primary color of the Titans. After renaming the Tennessee Titans, they revealed a new primary logo, which is still used officially. The Titans' current logo featured the Tennessee T-Shield with flames in navy blue, sky blue, and red.
They wear a navy blue helmet with the Titans logo on the side, a silver facemask launched in 2018. The Titans wear a navy blue uniform with white pants, interchangeable with powder blue and navy blue pants at home. And they have a road uniform featuring navy blue pants, interchangeable with powder blue and white pants.
Key Players and Head Coaches of Tennessee Titans
The Titans' current squad contains some young, promising, and crucial players. Some of them are S Kevin Byard, QB Ryan Tannehill, DT Jeffery Simmons, DB Elijah Molden, and WR A.J. Brown.
QB Steve McNair, C Bruce Matthews, LB Keith Bulluck, RB Eddie George, and DE Jevon Kearse, WR Derrick Mason are some of the all-time great players of the Titans.
has been in charge of the Titans since the 2018 season. Vrabel led the Titans during the four-season and recorded 41-24 stats of win-loss.
Noteworthy Stats of Tennessee Titans
The franchise captured two AFL Championships and a Conference championship (AFC title). The titans won a total of 11 division championships, including four AFL Eastern division titles, three AFC Central division titles, and four AFC South division titles.
The team has made six appearances in the AFL playoff games and 19 in the NFL. The franchise has had an all-time regular and post-season record of 480-503-6.
Memorable Moments of Tennessee Titans
The Titans won their first major league title in the 1960 American Football League Championship Game when they were played as the Huston Oilers. The team appeared in the NFL playoffs as the Eastern Division champion against Los Angeles Chargers and won the playoff games by 24-16.
The following season, on 24 December 1961, the Titans again appeared in the league's playoff and captured their second NFL championship
, winning 10-3 against San Diego Chargers.
Watch Tennessee Titans on TV and Stream
The good news for Titans fans is that you don't have to worry about watching a live game. Because we've found out for you which television channels have bought the broadcasting rights of the Titans in Tennessee, and in some countries, the channels will broadcast their live coverage live.
How to Watch Tennessee Titans on TV?
WKRN-TV is the pre-season TV broadcaster of the Tennessee Titans; supporters can watch all the pre-season games in Nashville, Tennessee, via this regional broadcaster television channel.
If you want to watch the Titans' games in the NFL Championship live from any state in the entire United States, you must watch ESPN
, Fox Sports
, TBD, CBS Network
, or ABC television channel screens.
Global fans can watch it on some foreign television broadcasters if they are from outside of the United States. They can watch the Titans on RDS2 in Canada, Puls 4 in Austria, Viasat Sport in Russia, Televisa Deportes in Mexico, beIN Sports
in France, and Arena4 in Hungary.
ESPN took the responsibility to televise the Titans' live games in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, and the Netherlands. Viewers also can watch Titans' on Sky Sports
(UK, Ireland), SSC (MENA), DAZN (Italy, Japan), Premier Sport (Czech Republic, Slovakia), and ProSieben Maxx (Germany, Switzerland).
How to Watch Tennessee Titans on Stream Online?
It is easy to watch NFL games, including live telecasts of the Tennessee Titans games, on smartphones, laptops, or computers. Viewers do not need any cable television network; they just need a wireless network connection.
Just go to the browsing sites like Google and create a free account. The following streaming sites offer various packages at a reasonable cost. Please choose one of those packages and make the payment to unlock their live streaming options.
You can watch live streaming through Peacock Premium, Paramount Plus, Sling TV, beIN Sports, Amazon Prime Video, YOUTube TV, ESPN, Live Football TV, DAZN, Sky Sports Connect, and Fubo TV
The team has been a charter member of the AFC since its inception. The Tennessee Titans maintain their rivalries with three divisional opponents: Jacksonville Jaguars
, Houston Texans
, and Indianapolis Colts
The Titans played their most memorable season during the 1999 season, joined the NFL, and made it to Super Bowl
XXXIV, but they lost against the Kurt Warner-led St. Louis Rams.