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The Tennessee Titans were founded in 1960 as the Houston Oilers in the AFL. The Oilers would go to the first three AFL championship games, winning the first two. They would return for a fourth trip in 1967 and lose to the Raiders. The team would be back in the playoffs in the league’s final season but was eliminated in the divisional round.

In 1970 the merger of the AFL/NFL was complete. In the new post-merger era the Oilers had trouble getting going. But starting in 1978 the Oilers went to the playoffs three consecutive years. There was a playoff drought to follow, but in 1987 they acquired future hall-of-fame quarterback Warren Moon. With Moon under center, they made it to the playoffs seven consecutive seasons winning the division in ’91 and ’93.

In 1997 the Oilers would relocate, but it wasn’t the smoothest of transitions. While waiting for a new stadium to be built in the city they would move to, Nashville, they would temporarily play in Memphis, Tennessee. At this time they would only change the geographic portion of their name and become the Tennessee Oilers. Home games in Memphis often felt more like away games for the Oilers and they would not finish above .500 either season.

In 1999 the team would move into their current home of Nissan Stadium in Nashville as the rebranded Tennessee Titans. Their first season in their new city was a successful one, as they went to the Super Bowl but lost in heartbreaking fashion as they were stopped from a game-winning touchdown just one yard short of the goal line. In 2000 they were division champions. The team also made it to the playoffs in ’02 and ’03. With several injuries in 2004 and a shedding of players after, the team would not see a winning season again until 2007.

In 2011 the Titans announced that they were parting ways with coach Jeff Fisher, who had been with the team since they were the Houston Oilers. The Titans would go through five straight losing seasons after. In 2016, Mike Mularkey, who had been named interim coach the year before, received the full-time job. In 2017 he would have them in the playoffs but would not retain his job. New coach Mike Vrabel would take them to the playoffs in 2019. In 2020 and 2021 they would win division championships.

2022 was a hard season for the Titans due to a number of key injuries, but with the team now healthy, 2023 could be a bounce-back year. It should be fun to watch to see if the Titans can dominate their division rivals such as the Jacksonville Jaguars. You can watch it all for free on NFL Webcast! This should be your home for Titans football!

At NFL Webcast you will find multiple HD streams to watch so you can catch every bit of the game. An optional in-game live chat will allow you to interact with other fans and show your Music City pride. Come over to NFL Webcast this season and see what you’ve been missing!!