The Tennessee Titans are looking to make significant strides as a franchise as they look to be contender in the AFC for many years to come. They will need the help of 73,000 Titans fans to sellout LP Field in Nashville, to give the home field advantage the Titans are looking for. Visit BroadRippleTickets.com to purchase all your Tennessee Titans home and away game tickets.
The Tennessee Titans had a decent season in 2011 improving on their 6-10 record from the prior season. Though they missed the playoffs, the team finished with a 9-7 record securing their first winning season since 2008. The Titans made a strong push towards the postseason, but were eliminated from playoff contention when the Broncos lost to the Chiefs on the final day of the regular season.
The Titans have good talent on both sides of the ball, but could not find the consistency to put enough back-to-back wins together to make the playoffs. The offense is led by a veteran quarterback in Matt Hasselbeck. His backup is the Titans first round pick from the 2011 NFL Draft Jake Locker. The Titans and their fans are hoping that Locker can make enough improvement in training camp to lead this team into the future. The Titans have one of the more average defenses in the league, but they can play like the best on any given game day.
The Titans will be entering their 16th season in the state of Tennessee and with football being the main sport in the state, tickets for Titans home games will be at a premium. The Titans play their home games at beautiful LP Field, located in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. The stadium seats nearly 70,000 fans and will routinely sell out, so get your hands on Tennessee Titans Tickets today while they still last!
What record did the Tennessee Titans have in 2011? 9 Wins – 7 Losses
What stadium do the Tennessee Titans call home? LP Field, Nashville
Who is the coach of the Tennessee Titans? Mike Munchak
What was the first year the Tennessee Titans played in the NFL? 1970
What division do the Tennessee Titans compete in? AFC South