The 2018 Tennessee Titans schedule is almost here and will feature usual division rivals in the Jacksonville Jaguars, Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans, as well as one of the most exciting schedules around the league. At home, you can see some of the best teams in the NFL, including Titans vs Philadelphia Eagles and Titans vs New England Patriots. You can also see Titans vs Baltimore Ravens and Titans vs Washington Redskins. In addition to their home schedule, key road games for Tennessee include the Dallas Cowboys, Log Angeles Chargers and New York Giants. TicketCity is the place to go for Tennessee Titans tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Titans at Nissan Stadium or supporting Tennessee on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Tennessee Titans tickets.
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2018 Titans Season
It's been an exciting offseason for the Titans franchise. Another limb off the Bill Belichick coaching tree - Mike Vrabel - seems to have already brought a new energy as head coach. The team also released new uniforms to commemorate their 20th season in Nashville. The team is committing to quarterback Marcus Mariota's development, bringing in offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur - who helped Jared Goff take the next step in his progression with the Los Angeles Rams last season - as well as running back Dion Lewis to split the backfield with new starter Derrick Henry. On defense, Tennessee brought over another former Patriot standout in cornerback Malcolm Butler.
Nissan Stadium Venue Guide Address: 1 Titans Way, Nashville, TN 37213
The Titans play their home games at Nissan Stadium, located in Nashville, Tennessee. The only home the Titans have known since their move from Houston, Nissan Stadium holds nearly 69,000 fans. In addition to two state-of-the-art video boards, Nissan Stadium has recently undergone a change to improve gameday for Titans fans. The stadium now has the Titans Party Stage, from which there are live performances at points during the game for the fans in the Music City. The Tennessee Titans home bench is along the sideline with sections 132-138. Nissan Stadium parking information is covered in our Titans Event Guide.
Titans vs. Ravens
This rivalry escalated in 2000 when these two teams had classic battles during the regular season and in the playoffs. After the NFL realigned its divisions in 2002, these two teams stopped playing each other twice a year. However, they have met more times over the years in the playoffs, and with some Titans players switching sides and to the Ravens through the years, this rivalry continues to be one of the more intense matchups in the NFL.
These two teams first met in 1970 when the Titans were the Houston Oilers. This rivalry was one of the best in the NFL when they met two times a year. The matchup most remembered in this rivalry is due to the controversial call in the 1979 AFC Championship Game when Oilers quarterback Dan Pastorini threw a pass to wide receiver Mike Renfro in the end zone that was ruled incomplete.
The two most successful franchises in division history, this rivalry has become one of the best because the stakes are usually at peak level. The two teams have combined for more than 10 AFC South titles to go along with many more playoff appearances over the last 15+ years.
It is not often that a rivalry in the NFL can extend to the college ranks, but playing in Florida Gator and Tennessee Volunteer country has escalated this rivalry, especially considering the teams play twice a year. The Titans and Jaguars have battled it out for AFC South supremacy since 1995 and took the top two spots in the division in 2017.
This rivalry goes deeper than just being division foes. The Texans became a franchise because the Titans left Houston. It is clear how heated this rivalry is when these two teams play each other, evident by the fight between Andre Johnson and Cortland Finnegan in 2010 that led to ejections for both. While this rivalry may still be in its infancy, it has already become one of the more intense matchups in the NFL.
The Titans have won nine division titles and have made the playoffs more than 20 times since the organization started in 1960. The highlight of the Titans' run during the Super Bowl era was the "Music City Miracle" in the AFC Championship in 1999. The Titans nearly won the Super Bowl that season, but came two yards short from hoisting the Lombardi Trophy.