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When most people think of the Tennessee Titans, they think of the team’s gut wrenching loss in the Super Bowl in 1999. In the waning moments of the game, the Titans were stopped literally yards shy of the endzone in a loss to the St. Louis Rams. Since then, the franchise has gone through ups and downs as it strives to find a consistent winning rhythm. Regardless of its performance on the field, fans purchase Tennessee Titans tickets in droves to support the hometown team.

Tennessee Titans tickets are always in demand, and at Online Tickets USA we can help you get the seats you want without having to stand in line or risking your money on an unknown classified ad. We offer a 100% guarantee on all ticket purchases, so you can order your football tickets with confidence 24/7. Whether you're a serious fan or just looking for a fun way to spend a Sunday afternoon, our ticket specialists can help you find the tickets you want at a price that fits the budget.

We offer everything from the more affordable seats near the back of the stadium to the highly sought-after ones down closer to the action. A Titans game can be a fun, exciting and memorable experience, and we make it easy to get the tickets you want for the next game. Take a look at the currently available tickets for the upcoming games and order yours before this chance gets past you.

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While some fans confuse the Titans for being one of the NFL’s expansion franchise, it is in reality one of the many franchises that has relocated during its history. The Titans have a rich history that dates back to the founding of the American Football League. When the AFL was formed in 1960 to compete with the NFL, the Tennessee Titans were a charter member of the league as the Houston Oilers.

During those early years in the AFL, the Houston Oilers were a dominant force along with franchises like the Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego Chargers. The Oilers won the AFL East during the league’s first three seasons, and won the first two AFL Championship games in 1960 and 1961. In the AFL’s 10-year existence, the Oilers made five playoff appearances, won four division titles, and won two league titles.

After the AFL-NFL merger in 1970, the Oilers franchise fell on hard times. The team made 10 playoff appearances in 26 years (compared to five in 10 years in the AFL) and won just two division titles. Amid poor performances on the field, falling ticket sales, and an aging stadium, the franchise moved to Tennessee in 1997. The franchise played its first two seasons in Tennessee as the Tennessee Oilers. Home games in 1997 were played at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, while home games the following season were played at Vanderbilt Stadium.

In 1999, the very first Tennessee Titans tickets went on sale as the team unveiled a new name, logo, and stadium. Home games since 1999 have all been played at LP Field in Nashville. Since joining the NFL following the merger, the Titans have competed in the AFC. From 1970 to 2001 the team was a member of the AFC Central. Today, the Titans compete in the AFC South against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Houston Texans, and Indianapolis Colts.

Since moving to Tennessee in 1999, the franchise has enjoyed considerable success. The Titans have one Super Bowl appearance, two division titles, and six playoff appearances since relocating. Each season, fans that purchase Tennessee Titans tickets see some of the NFL’s most talented players take on the home team at LP Field. For years, fans were treated to Peyton Manning’s performances as a member of the Indianapolis Colts.

Given the close proximity of the teams in the region, rivalries have developed between the Titans and the other franchises in the AFC South. Due to its close proximity, the Indianapolis Colts represent a tense rivalry for the Titans. Additionally, the expansion Houston Texans serve as a major rival because it replaced the Titans as an NFL franchise in Houston.

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