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The Titans average ticket price for regular season NFL games has fluctuated consistently over the last six seasons. The largest decrease came during 2012 season with a decrease of 44% moving from $79 average ticket price to a $55 average ticket price. Average Titans ticket prices bottomed out significantly between 2011-2016, hitting a ticket price of $42 in 2013 and then increasing consistently in the following years. The average ticket price for Tennessee Titans regular season NFL tickets for 2016 is currently at $132, the highest ticket price within in the last six years.

Tennessee Titans Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 7/11/2017)

2018 Titans Playoff Picture

The Titans are hanging on tight to a wildcard playoff spot currently despite winning six of their last eight games. Quarterback Marcus Mariota has had a difficult time fighting through multiple injuries this season, and the receiving corps has missed its top two targets for extended periods at different times this year. Even being a game behind the Jaguars at 8-5, the silver lining currently is their win over Jacksonville in week 2. However, they still have to face the Rams and Jags before the conclusion of the season, after facing a rejuvenated 49ers team, in order to lock up their playoff position. You can get Tennessee Titans tickets for as low as $24 against the Rams or $45 against Jacksonville.

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2018 Titans Season Preview

This team might be the favorite to win the AFC South. What, what, what you say? The same Titans team that hasn’t made the playoffs since 2008 is now going to win the AFC South? In a nutshell, yes, and it won’t be as crazy as you think. Quarterback Marcus Mariota will be a good NFL signal caller, but he needs help. The Titans added depth to the O-line with Tim Lelito and then drafted stud 6’3” receiver Corey Davis at number 5 in the draft. There were some grumblings of Davis being chosen so high, which is understandable, but the guy can flat out play and coupled with tight end Jonnu Smith from Florida International at number 100, Mariota will finally have some weapons to work with.

On the defensive side Tennessee added a nice veteran safety, Johnathan Cyprien, to the crew, a player that logged over 400 tackles with the Jaguars. Cornerback Logan Ryan was also signed and will bring his two-time Super Bowl champion experience to the Titans young corps. Another cornerback, but this time a rookie, Adoree Jackson from USC, was chosen number 18 and will be a giant weapon, especially on special teams. His crosstown rival, former UCLA linebacker Jayon Brown will also be headed down south to shore up the Titan’s run support. Folks forget that this Titan team won eight of their last twelve games which included victories over the Broncos, Chiefs and Packers. Mariota suffered a leg injury last year, so assuming he bounces back into form, with the new additions, this team very well could win the AFC South. There, we said it again! 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, including home and away games.

Tennessee Titans Football at Nissan Stadium

Address: 1 Titans Way, Nashville, Tennessee, 37213

The Titans play their home games at Nissan Stadium, located in Nashville, Tennessee. The only home the Titans have known since their move, Nissan Stadium holds nearly 69 thousand screaming fans. In addition to two state-of-the-art video boards, Nissan Stadium has recently undergone a change to improve game day for Titans fans. The stadium now includes 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 on the Nissan Stadium sideline with sections 132-138. Nissan Stadium parking information is covered in our Titans event guide.

Nissan Stadium Seating Chart

Tennessee Titans Rivals

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 the divisions in 2002, these two teams stopped playing each other twice a year. However, these two teams have met more times over the years in the playoffs and with some of the players on the Titans switching sides and playing for 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 between these two teams is most remembered by 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 the division, this rivalry has become one of the best in the NFL over the years because the stakes are usually at its highest when these two teams play. The two teams have combined for more than 8 AFC South titles to go along with many more playoff appearances over the last 10+ years.

It is not often that a rivalry in the NFL can extend to the college ranks, but in these two cities, the fan bases hate each other year around. Playing in Gator and Volunteer country has made this rivalry more intense when the NFL teams play against each other two times a season. The Titans and Jaguars have battled it out for division supremacy since 1995 with a playoff meeting mixed in between.

This rivalry goes deeper than just being division foes. The Texans became a franchise because the Titans left Houston to relocate to Tennessee. It is evident how heated this rivalry is when these two teams play each as a fight broke out in 2010 that led to two players getting ejected. While this rivalry may still be in its infant stage in terms of years, it has already become one of the more intense matchups in the NFL.

Titans in the Super Bowl, NFC Championship and in the NFL Playoffs

The Titans have won 8+ 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 their AFC Championship in 1999. The Titans nearly won the Super Bowl that season, but came two yards short from hoisting the Lombardi Trophy.

Tennessee Titans Event Guide

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What time do gates open prior to kick off for a Tennessee Titans game?

Gates open to Tennessee Titans tickets holders two hours before the start of the game.

What are some good places to eat before a Titans game?

Whiskey Kitchen (118 12th Avenue South) is a great high-end restaurant to grab something other than the normal pub fare. The have an extensive whiskey/bourbon selection ensuring a perfect pairing with any menu item. The Tennessee Whiskey Yam Fries and Fire Roasted Salmon are insanely good.

Does my child need a ticket to attend a Tennessee Titans game?

All children ages two and under do not need Tennessee Titans tickets to enter Nissan Stadium.

Where is the best place to park for Titans game?

If you do not have a permit to park one of the best lots (very close to the stadium) is Lot E between South 1st and South 2nd streets just south of James Robertson Parkway. There are two lots 2nd & Church (210 2nd Ave. N) and Whitefront (205 2nd Ave.) that are close to the Woodland Street Bridge and offer the closest walk to the stadium. Prices at these lots vary and they fill up quickly so plan to arrive a few hours before game time to get a spot. Note: The Woodland Street Bridge closes to traffic and becomes available to shuttle buses and pedestrians a few hours before the game.

Tennessee Titans Preview History

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2016 Tennessee Titans Season Preview

The Titans finished the 2015 season fourth in the AFC South and a record of 3-13, an improvement over their 2014 record of 2-14. This year will be the first full season with head coach Mike Mularkey. The Titans drafted offensive tackle Jack Conklin in the first round of the 2016 NFL draft. Marcus Mariota will be Tennessee’s starting quarterback for the 2016 season after missing the last part of the 2015 season due to an injury. With a new head coach, the team should continue to improve on previous seasons, and it will be interesting to see if they can clinch their first playoff spot since 2008.

2015 Tennessee Titans Season Preview

The Tennessee Titans struggled through the 2014 season, winning only 2 games. The abysmal season was not without benefits though, as the team was able to acquire quarterback Marcus Mariota with the 2nd pick in the NFL Draft. Mariota, who is known for his accuracy, is expected to take the starting quarterback job instantly, and has the potential to be the face of the Titans for years to come. Mariota will have a plethora of talented Titans receivers to dish the ball to, including Kendall Write, and rookie Dorial Green-Beckham. The Tennessee Titans are expected to start a number of rookies in 2015, and with that will likely come some inconsistency. But Titans fans should look forward to a team with a new direction, finally a quarterback capable of being a franchise player, and a drastically improved offense in 2015. Top non-division games on the Tennessee Titans 2015 schedule include home games against the Dolphins, Panthers, and Falcons.

2014 Tennessee Titans Season Preview

The Titans went 7-9 last season when the expectations were low, so they’ll be expecting at least a .500 season this time around. Chris Johnson is no longer a Titan, but the team has added Dexter McCluster to try to cover in his absence. Bishop Sankey was also picked in the draft to compete for carries at the running back position. Tennessee’s first round pick was used on offensive tackle Taylor Lewan, who is seen as one of the most sure things of the 2014 draft. The big question going into the season is whether or not Jake Locker can stay healthy and lead the team. Locker has missed 14 games over the past two seasons, and this may be his last chance to prove the Titans are his team. The first home game of the season is against the Cowboys in Week 2. Other big home games on the schedule include Week 11 against the Steelers and Week 17 against the Colts.

2013 Tennessee Titans Season Preview

This season the Titans will have their sights set on returning to the playoffs for the first time since 2008. Tennessee will be entering its third season with Mike Munchak calling the shots. For the first time quarterback Jake Locker is the undisputed starter. The Titans made significant changes on both sides of the football to improve their team. Tight end Delani Walker, who played in Vernon Davis' shadow in San Francisco, has a chance to blossom in Tennessee. Running back Chris Johnson could have new life this season after the Titans signed guard Andy Levitre and drafted guard Chance Warmack with the 10th overall selection in the NFL Draft. Defensively, the Titans added Super Bowl winning safety Bernard Pollard to sure up the secondary. The improvements made by the Titans should reflect in an improvement in the team's record this season.

2011 Tennessee Titans Season Preview

The Tennessee Titans had a tumultuous 2010 season and as a result stumbled to a 6-10 record and missed out on the playoffs. Looking to rebound from a disappointing 2010, the Titans brought in Mike Munchak as their new head coach, and will be led by veteran quarterback Matt Hasslebeck. Hasslebeck replaces Kerry Collins and Vince Young (now in Philadelphia) at quarterback, but his health is sometimes a question as well. When he's on the field, he has been one of the best quarterbacks in the league, which will bode well for a Titans team looking for consistency. Running backs Chris Johnson and Javon Ringer are both explosive and Hasslebeck will have a reliable target to throw to in Nate Washington. Defense was what former head coach Jeff Fisher focused on during his time in Tennessee, but the team looks much different this year than it did in previous seasons. There are a lot of questions surrounding the Titans front seven, but the secondary should be reliable. Cortland Finnegan will provide some veteran leadership and Myron Rolle has a very high ceiling.

2010 Tennessee Titans Season Preview

The Tennessee Titans got off to an abysmal 0-6 start last season, which bottomed out with a 59-0 loss to the New England Patriots. A resurgent Vince Young took over and lead them back to a respectable 8-8 finish, and while the Titans will be looking to ride the late season momentum into this year, a difficult schedule may keep them out of the post season. Much like last season, the Titans offense will focus primarily on getting the ball to running back Chris Johnson, who lead the league in rushing in 2009 with an impressive 2,006 yards on the ground and 14 touchdowns. Young looked ready to lead the team down the stretch last season and should be reliable under center. He has a stable of solid receivers to throw to, and second-year man Kenny Britt and veteran Nate Washington are likely to be his prime targets. While the offense had its troubles last year, the defense was even more suspect. The squad ranked second-to-last against the pass, surrendering more than 258 yards per game through the air. The secondary will rely on cornerback Cortland Finnegan to improve on their numbers from last year, as he is looking for a return to the production of 2007 when he recorded 95 tackles. Additionally, big things will be expected of middle linebacker Stephen Tulloch, who lead the team with 121 tackles last season.

2009 Tennessee Titans Season Preview

2008 was a breakthrough year for the Tennessee Titans; so what is on-deck for them in 2009? Hopefully more of the same, with just a little better results in the playoffs. The Titans will again win with a ball control running game and a dominate defense. Quarterback Kerry Collins is back at the helm on offense. Collins will rely on a veteran o-line and a fantastic one-two punch in the running game with Chris Johnson and LenDale White. The Titans defense loses a key component, Albert Haynesworth, both should still be the class of the AFC. Haynesworth was a star in their '08 defense, but linebacker Keith Bulluck was the straw that stirred the drink. Bulluck is back, so you can count on the Titans to field another Super Bowl caliber defense. The goal for Jeff Fisher in 2009 is to get the offensive production up, keep the defense playing at a superior level and get his team down to Miami for the Super Bowl.

2008 Tennessee Titans Season Preview

The Tennessee Titans are one of the most exciting teams to watch in the NFL today. Behind the leadership of incredibly mobile and unpredictable quarterback Vince Young, the Tennessee Titans will manage to stay well within the playoff hunt this season. As a rookie, Young took over the reins as quarterback among the din of many detractors that he wouldn’t pan out in the NFL. Young has managed to become one of those players who simply wins, whether by passing or running. The Tennessee Titans should continue to be an exciting team to watch and a playoff dark horse for years to come.

Tennessee Titans News

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Tennessee Titans - 12/16/2016

The Titans will be without linebacker Sean Spence on Sunday’s game against the Chiefs, while linemen Jurrell Casey and Karl Klug, and LB David Bass are questionable.

Tennessee Titans - 12/2/2016

The Titans are currently the top ranked team in the AFC South and are currently tied with the Houston Texans for first place in the division.

Tennessee Titans - 11/11/2016

The Titans have been unsure whether running back Derrick Henry or DeMarco Murray would play this week against the Packers, however both of them have resumed practicing and are expected to play.

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