Titans Titans tickets are on sale for an NFL team making due with a veteran quarterback in search for a second chance and a running back trying to earn his keep. The Titans schedule has had its share of highlights (a three game winning streak) and lowlights (a 41-7 loss to a division opponent), but the AFC South is wide open and this franchise is just a win or two away from taking first place in the division. TheSeats has Titans tickets to see if this club finds its way into the playoffs.
The Tennessee Titans have made due with Matt Hasselbeck at quarterback. Hasselbeck has led this team with the 12th best passing offense in the NFL. He is simply holding on for a few more seasons to give Jake Locker a few years to get acclimated to the league. Hasselbeck is throwing for 242.3 yards per game with 10 touchdowns and 6 interceptions. He is making Nate Washington's season too. Washington has 29 catches for 399 yards. Kenny Britt is his favorite target in the end zone, as he has 3 touchdown catches.
Surprisingly, running back Chris Johnson has struggled after signing his uber contract. Johnson has just 268 yards and 2 touchdowns through six games. He is averaging 2.9 yards a carry. This is unacceptable for a player of this caliber. If he is not able to record more than a single 100 yard game, no matter how admirable a job Hasselbeck is doing the Titans will still find themselves watching the playoffs from their collective couches.
The Tennessee Titans schedule is not going to make this easy. The Cincinnati Bengals, Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints, and Houston Texans all have very respectable defenses. The Titans own struggling run and pass defense is going to have just as hard of a time. Titans tickets are available at LP Field now to enjoy as the football team tries to take advantage of Peyton Manning's absence.
This franchise has known two homes, Texas and Tennessee. As the Houston Oilers the team won the first two AFL championships and enjoyed Warren Moon's play at quarterback from the mid-1980s to the mid-1990s that resulted in seven straight playoff appearances from 1987 to 1993.
By the end of the 1990s, it became obvious the city and the team ownership could not agree on a new stadium. The Oilers moved to Nashville and became the Tennessee Titans. Defined by an elite defense, the dominance of Eddie George, and the game managing skills of Kerry Collins, the Titans played in the Super Bowl in 1999. They would lose Super Bowl XXXIV 23-16 to the Rams. The Tennessee Titans have been busy trying to recreate the success ever since, focusing on building a domineering defense and developing a strong running game. All that is missing is a great quarterback, and that is where the team has struggled.
|Tennessee Titans Football Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games)||Sep 6, 2017
|Nissan Stadium - Nashville
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