Tennessee Titans

Tennessee Titans

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Standings Prediction

Won't stay at #1
The Titans will fall in their division.
NFL #5/16
IronRank #6/16
AFC South
NFL #1/4
IronRank #2/4

Titans Schedule

2018-2019 Season
Date Opponent Prediction Result
Week 1
Sunday, Sep 9
Miami Dolphins at Dolphins LOSS 27-20 LOSS
Week 2
Sunday, Sep 16
Houston Texans vs Texans WIN 20-17 WIN
Week 3
Sunday, Sep 23
Jacksonville Jaguars at Jaguars LOSS 6-9 WIN
Week 4
Sunday, Sep 30
Philadelphia Eagles vs Eagles LOSS 26-23 WIN
Week 5
Sunday, Oct 7
Buffalo Bills at Bills WIN
Week 6
Sunday, Oct 14
Baltimore Ravens vs Ravens LOSS
Week 7
Sunday, Oct 21
at Chargers LOSS
Week 9
Monday, Nov 5
Dallas Cowboys at Cowboys LOSS
Week 10
Sunday, Nov 11
New England Patriots vs Patriots LOSS
Week 11
Sunday, Nov 18
Indianapolis Colts at Colts LOSS
Week 12
Monday, Nov 26
Houston Texans at Texans WIN
Week 13
Sunday, Dec 2
New York Jets vs Jets WIN
Week 14
Thursday, Dec 6
Jacksonville Jaguars vs Jaguars LOSS
Week 15
Sunday, Dec 16
New York Giants at Giants WIN
Week 16
Sunday, Dec 23
Washington Redskins vs Redskins WIN
Week 17
Sunday, Dec 30
Indianapolis Colts vs Colts WIN

Predicted Ranking for 2018-19 Season

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How the Titans compare to the teams within their conference


#15 Titans
Great passing by the Titans:
327 yds Sep 30, 2018 vs Eagles
264 yds Nov 16, 2017 at Steelers
305 yds Oct 16, 2017 vs Colts


#7 Titans
Great rushing by the Titans:
150 yds Sep 23, 2018 at Jaguars
202 yds Jan 6, 2018 at Chiefs
198 yds Dec 3, 2017 vs Texans

red zone performance

#7 Titans
Great red zone performance by the Titans:
75% Sep 30, 2018 vs Eagles
100% Jan 13, 2018 at Patriots
100% Dec 10, 2017 at Cardinals

scoring points

#13 Titans
High points scored by the Titans:
26 pts Sep 30, 2018 vs Eagles
22 pts Jan 6, 2018 at Chiefs
23 pts Dec 24, 2017 vs Rams

Titans Stats

How the Titans compare to the teams within their conference
Passing Offense
of 32
Rushing Offense
of 32
Red Zone Efficiency
of 32
Fumbles Caused
of 32
of 32
of 32

Iron Rank Over Time

See how the Titans match up against popular competitors


The Tennessee Titans are members of the American Football Conference of the NFL. The team was founded by owner Bud Adams in 1959 as an original member of the American Football League. The franchise was located in Houston Texas from 1960 until 1996, and played under the name Houston Oilers. The Oilers began play in the AFL in 1960 and won each of the first two AFL Championships in 1960, and again in 1961. These remain the team’s only league titles to date.

In 1968, the Oilers moved from Jeppesen Field into the Astrodome, becoming the first professional football team to play their home games in a domed stadium. The Oilers became a charter member of the NFL when the AFL and NFL merged into one league for the start of the 1970 season.  

For the next several decades, the team would see little consistent success, finishing many seasons with a losing record. In the 1993 playoffs the Oilers faced the Buffalo Bills in a wild card game and jumped out to a 32 point lead. The Bills eventually came back to win the game by a score of 41 to 38 for the biggest comeback in NFL history. The Bills would go onto win their next two games and appear in their record fourth straight Super Bowl.

After the 1996 campaign, Bud Adams moved the franchise to Nashville, Tennessee. However, Vanderbilt Stadium, which was located in Nashville, was too small for Adam’s liking. The club played one season in Memphis at the Liberty Bowl, which had a larger capacity. Unfortunately, fans from Nashville were not so willing to drive to Memphis, which is some 200 miles away, and the citizens of Memphis did not want to support a team from a rival city. Crowds were very small at the Liberty Bowl and Adams decided he would have the team play at Vanderbilt Stadium for the 1998 season.

In 1999, Adelphia Stadium opened as the new home for the football franchise. Adams also changed the name of the team from the Tennessee Oilers to the Tennessee Titans. This was done largely at the request of fans, who wanted a name more representative of the region.

During the 1999 campaign, the Titans had their best season to date, finishing the regular season with a 13 to 3 record. During the playoffs, they were led by star quarterback Steve McNair and running back Eddie George and made their first appearance in the Super Bowl. During the contest, the Titans drove down the field attempting to win the game in which they were trailing. Receiver Kevin Dyson made a reception and was tackled at the one yard line as time expired. The play became known as “the tackle”, and the Rams held on for their first Super Bowl victory. It remains the only Super Bowl appearance for the Titans to date.


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