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9/16/14 - The Tennessee Titans may have rocketed off to a stellar start when the NFL season opened up, but their record have evened up at 1-1 after two weeks of play. In a game many expected to be closer than the final score indicates, the Titans fell to the Dallas Cowboys (26-10) for their first loss of the season. See if Locker and Co. can bounce back in Week 3 with a game at Cincinnati against the rough-and-tumble Bengals. Get into this Sunday (9/21) matchup for a minimum of $28 at Paul Brown Stadium.
9/9/14 - What a way to open the season! We may be just a single game into the regular season, but for the first time in a long time, the Music City miracles are sitting atop of the AFC South (alongside Houston) thanks to their 26-10 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. Quarterback Jake Locker was solid on the day, finishing 22 of 33 for 266 yards, and Ken Wisenhunt scored his first victory as head coach. Much optimism lines their Week 2 match, so lock down Tennessee Titans tickets and be there when the team plays at home against the Dallas Cowboys (9/14). Tony Romo and crew may still be reeling from their disastrous home opener—see if the Titans can maximize on the opportunity yourself with prices as low as $91 at LP Field.
9/3/14 - Music City will be buzzin’ with the sounds of signal calling, pads clashing and crowds roaring now that football will be back this week! The Titans will open their season on the road, with a game at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. The Chiefs are known for their pummeling defense and their reliable offense—will Tennessee be able to stop Jamaal Charles on the ground and Alex Smith’s passes through the air? Jake Locker have a real shot to get their season started off on the right foot and build up major confidence considering KC will be without two key starters in Dwayne Bowe and Donald Stephenson. Get your Tennessee Titans tickets for a minimum of $25 and reclaim Sundays for the NFL!
8/27/14 - The Tennessee Titans enter preseason Game 4 riding the momentum of last week's tremendous comeback victory over Atlanta. After falling 17-3, the Titans scored 21 unanswered points, including a three-yard touchdown run by Bishop Sankey, for the win. Jake Locker went 12 for 17 for 188 yards and a 63-yard touchdown pass. Score Tennessee Titans tickets tomorrow and see if they can enter the regular season with a winning preseason record! Tennessee will play host to the Minnesota Vikings tomorrow night, and tickets are still available for a $3 get-in at LP Field.
8/12/14 – The Tennessee Titans weathered heavy rains and a flash flood warning to
rally a 20-16 victory over the Green Bay Packers in Week 1 of preseason. Head coach Ken Whisenhunt can breathe a sigh of relief knowing his first game, albeit exhibition, resulted in victory. Lock in Tennessee Titans tickets and see how the team performs amid clearer weather down in Louisiana for Week 2. Get into Mercedes Benz Superdome for a minimum of $23 this Friday (8/15).
8/5/14 – The Tennessee Titans open their preseason slate with an exhibition game against the Green Bay Packers this Saturday, and the team is psyched up. Not only do the Titans boast one of the strongest and deepest O-lines in the league, but a potential star is brewing in running back Bishop Sankey, a promising and dynamic receiving corps and the improvement of signal caller Jake Locker. Score Tennessee Titans tickets and get into the first preseason match of the year (8/9) for as low as $19 at LP Field.
7/29/14 – The early stage of training camp is brimming with success for the Tennessee Titans, and as expected, it all starts under center. Jake Locker has entered practice with more confidence and swagger, much to the delight of his teammates and coaches. “He’s earned the respect of everyone in here…I have all the faith in the world of that guy and I know he’s going to come through. He’s a warrior,” says receiver Marc Mariani. It is also evident through training camp that the Titans have proliferated a dynamic and stunning receiving corps that will give Locker all the opportunities he needs to make a play down the field. The first preseason game of 2014 is less than two weeks away, buy your Tennessee Titans tickets now and see this changed QB carry Music City to victory.
7/22/14 – The Tennessee Titans are ready to make Music City sing with the start of training camp. Fans are eager to see their team at full speed for the first time in over six months, and the media is a-buzz with lingering questions that may be solved during the final phase of the offseason. Will Jake Locker stay healthy and reach his potential when the pads come on? How will the new 3-4 defense fare in preseason? What kind of an impact will new additions like Bishop Sankey and Dexter McCluster have? Training camp will commence this Friday, but you can score Green Bay Packers at Tennessee Titans tickets in Week 1 of the preseason for a real look at the team. Pay just $13 to get into the Aug. 9 game at LP Field.
7/16/14 – The Tennessee Titans are about two weeks out from the start of training camp. The first practice will be July 26 (open to the public), where fans can eye the Titans biggest offseason questions: quarterback Jake Locker and running back Bishop Sankey. The player has some very big shoes to fill since the departure of fan-favorite Chris Johnson. If you can’t make it out to training camp to see this team prepare for their make-or-break season, score Tennessee Titans tickets for their preseason games. See the Music City Miracles debut on the road: Aug 15 at the New Orleans Saints, for a minimum of $10.
7/9/14 - With the Tennessee Titans first preseason game coming up in one month, excitement is building stronger than ever before this offseason—and the question of Jake Locker’s ability to send this team to the top of the division will be answered shortly. The talented signal caller is promised to have learned much from new coach Ken Wisenhunt, who is renowned for his success with similar quarterbacks. Score Tennessee Titans tickets and you can see for yourself if the new coaching staff has been effective with your already loaded QB. Buy Titans tickets to their very first exhibition game of 2014 at LP Field. Pay a super affordable $10 get-in price for the Aug 9 match against the Green Bay Packers.
7/2/14 – Tennessee Titans fans, take note from your tight end Delanie Walker: “We’re going to have a great year this year.” In a recent appearance on NFL Network, the player said due to the brand new coaching staff, highlighted by Ken Whisenhunt’s philosophy, Jake Locker’s newfound health and his own personal improvement, the Titans “are going to be a team people have to watch out for.” In fact, Walker is looking to make 80 catches this year. If this determination and confidence doesn’t amp you up to buy Tennessee Titans tickets in 2014 then we don’t know what will!
6/25/14 – According to ESPN, the Tennessee Titans are “in the midst of unprecedented upheaval in the franchise’s history, even bigger than the move from Houston to Tennessee.” After the passing of owner Bud Adams, a new coaching staff was implemented and the most flaunted player on roster, Chris Johnson, was released in the offseason. With the close of minicamp, the Titans still have much on their plate coming into training camp, chiefly the change to a new 3-4 defense, a huge alteration from the same scheme utilized since the Oilers days. Signal caller Jake Locker is excited with the new changes and looks forward to carrying the team in the upcoming season. Buy your Tennessee Titans tickets now and watch this squad rise to the occasion!
6/18/14 – The Tennessee Titans have implemented a new defensive system this offseason: the 3-4 scheme under Ray Horton, which figures strong DTs Mike Martin, Jurrell Casey, and now, former Penn State DT, DaQuan Jones. On offense, too, the Titans are getting riskier, using their star receiver Kendal Wright more creatively through practice—lining him up outside, running deeper, even throwing balls under center. This week’s minicamp debuts potential Rookie of the Year recipient, Bishop Sankey—first running back drafted in 2014—after finishing up academic finals. Considering his standout numbers in the Combine, he is looked on to have immediate impact in place of Chris Johnson. Tons of optimism is brimming over LP Field, buy your Tennessee Titans tickets now and be there when the season starts!
6/10/14- The Tennessee Titans are among NFL teams with the most salary cap space at this point in the offseason. This will likely change soon, as first-round pick Taylor Lewan and second-round pick Bishop Sankey have yet to be signed. Also potentially impacting the Titans’ $25 million in space is the Jurrell Casey situation. Tennessee does not intend to let the nose tackle go, especially after his breakout third season, and he is in the final year of his bargain rookie contract. Casey elicited 10.5 sacks last year and has since lost 15 pounds in hopes of becoming even faster. Get your Tennessee Titans tickets now and see if these deals get done before the squad storms the field in summer!
5/28/14 - Jake Locker is back in action! The quarterback ran the Tennessee Titans' offense for the first time since withstanding a season-ending foot injury during the team's first OTA practice of 2014. While the Titans selected Zack Mettenberger in the sixth round, Tennessee has explicitly stated the starting position is not under contention —so it's a good thing Locker returned to the field ahead of his scheduled recovery! Beneath the Indianapolis Colts, the AFC South is wide open and Ken Wisehunt believes their current QB can take them to the top of the division in his make-or-break year. Get in on all the action with 2014 Tennessee Titans tickets!
5/14/14 - The Titans may have surprised their fans a bit by selecting offensive tackle Taylor Lewan from Michigan with the #11 pick but they will likely need support on the O-line soon. But the most excitement comes from their 2nd round selection of Washington running back Bishop Sankey, who not only has one of the coolest names in the draft, but can do it all out of the backfield.
4/17/14- The Tennessee Titans will face quality NFC opponents in the 2014 preseason. They'll get things going at home against the Green Bay Packers in Week 1, before hitting the road to face the Saints in New Orleans during Week 2. The Titans will continue their trek with a visit to the Falcons in Atlanta, and close with a fourth and final exhibition match against the Minnesota Vikings (Aug 28). All of Tennessee's opponents were playoff teams within the last two years and will serve as great practice for the Nashville squad, especially for the two dueling cornerbacks (Coty Dedabaugh and Blidi Wreh-Wilson) after Alterraun Verner departed. See Jake Locker take a stand opposite some strong preseason quarterbacks with Tennessee Titans tickets!
2/13/14 – Titans Chris Johnson underwent surgery to repair an alleged torn meniscus that he played through since Week 3. The three-time Pro Bowler rushed for 1,077 yards and six touchdowns this season but will likely hit the free agent market come Spring. With new head coach Ken Whisenhunt being the primary play-caller, is now the best time for Johnson and the Titans to split? The running back has spent his entire career with Tennessee, was an MVP candidate for the Titans, and is a former 2,000-yard rusher.
12/17/13 - The Tennessee Titans nearly took the wind out of the Arizona Cardinals’ playoff sails, coming up just short in their 37-34 Sunday loss at LP Field. Ryan Fitzpatrick overcame a 17-point deficit and threw an impressive 402 yards for 4 touchdowns to Michael Preston, 17 of those points being scored with 3 minutes left on the clock. The Titans tied it up late in the fourth to force overtime, and despite the effort, Arizona scored a game-winning field goal to hand Tennessee their third straight loss. Tennessee Titans tickets are the cheapest of Week 16, just $39 on average and a next-to-nothing at $8 to get-in when they visit the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
12/10/13 - The Tennessee Titans put up a valiant effort on the road, but were shutdown by the unrelenting Denver Broncos, 28-51, at Mile High. The Titans came into the game with an impressive pass rush defense and held a slight lead at the half, but Manning and company pulled out all the stops after recess to clinch a playoff berth. Don’t miss the Titans this week in their attempt to trip up the surging Arizona Cardinals and, with AFC playoff hopes hanging by a thread, it may be one of the last times you’ll see HC Mike Munchak, who is reportedly coaching for his job at this point. Tennessee Titans tickets see the lowest get in price of Week 15, at just $5 to get into LP Field.
12/3/13 - The Tennessee Titans are in serious jeopardy of missing their postseason window with their recent defeat by AFC South foes, the Indianapolis Colts (14-22). Too little, too late: the NFL admitted to head coach Mike Munchak that officials blundered the calls on three plays during the course of the game, which could very well have affected the final outcome. Tennessee must now be victorious over Denver on Sunday, or their division run will be terminated. Don’t miss this week's crucial AFC South matchup! Tennessee Titans tickets are one of the most in-demand of the bunch, starting at $55 and averaging $253 a seat.
11/25/13 - The Tennessee Titans beat the Oakland Raiders 23-19, and are making some noise in the wildcard race. Jake Locker's stand in, veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick, led the team in a game-winning drive for a last-second touchdown pass to Kendall Wright to seal a victory. The Titans are pitted against division leaders, the Indianapolis Colts, next Sunday with hopes of knocking them out of the top spot. Tennessee Titans tickets are $100 on average for their rematch against Andrew Luck and company.
11/19/13- The Tennessee Titans lost yet another division game this season, making their record 0-3 against AFC South foes. The Titans fell to the Indianapolis Colts Thursday night in Nashville (30-27), despite leading in the first half. Ryan Fitzpatrick did not turnover the ball once, while Chris Johnson had 2 touchdowns and 86 yards on 17 carries, but it wasn’t enough to hold the Colts off, who clinched the game with a game-winning field goal, capping off 17 unanswered points. Tennessee will meet Indianapolis again on Dec 1 for a shot at redemption, but first, they will travel to Oakland to battle the Raiders next Sunday. Tennessee Titans tickets are priced cheaper than most games of the week, averaging at $94.
11/12/13 - The Tennessee Titans are feeling the sting of loss, after granting the Jacksonville Jaguars their first win of the year. Costing them more than just another number in the loss column, Tennessee must now do without starting QB Jake Locker for the rest of the season, who left the game in the first half and returned to the sideline in crutches and walking boot. Backup Ryan Fitzpatrick has played poorly in his two starts, and failed to put the team in field goal range in the fourth, which would have given them a W on Sunday. The squad's third option is Rusty Smith, who may make an appearance against the Indianapolis Colts this Thursday—tickets are a reasonable $23 to get in.
11/5/13 - The Titans were able to overcome the St. Louis Rams in a tight match, with a final score of 28-31, to end their three-game losing streak. Tennessee pulled themselves up to the .500 mark after a clutch turnover generated by Kellen Clemens in the fourth quarter. Jake Locker played a promising game and seems more comfortable following his return from injury, while Chris Johnson rushed 150 yards on 23 carries and 2 TDs. The Titans will be looking for a back-to-back wins when they host the Jacksonville Jaguars next Sunday. Tennessee Titans tickets are as low at $15, and $77 on average.
10/29/13 - The Tennessee Titans will return from their bye to face the St. Louis Rams at Edward Jones Dome. They will be trying for their first win in four games, and at the rate the Houston Texans are falling, Tennessee has a chance to pull themselves up in the AFC South. At the midway mark, they are just two games behind the Indianapolis Colts, and will experience a softer schedule: consisting of the Jaguars, Raiders, Rams, and Colts. If Jake Locker gets some more help from the slacking Offensive line and if his tight ends and wide receivers wake up (aside from efforts by Kendall Wright and Delanie Walker), the Titans will have a real chance at a winning record. Tennessee Titans tickets are by far the cheapest of the week: just $10 to get in and $65 on average.
10/22/13 - The Tennessee Titans suffered their third consecutive loss, falling to the San Francisco 49ers, 17-31 on Sunday. Worse news came in the form of K.S “Bud” Adams’ passing Monday morning, the founder and owner of the Tennessee Titans/Houston Oilers franchise, at 90 years old. While the Titans nation was happy to have Jake Locker back in the starting position, after missing just two weeks (despite a projected 6-8 week recovery), their celebration was cut short by a uncompromising San Francisco 49ers squad and a sloppy performance by the Titans who racked up 10 penalties for 100 yards. Still, Locker performed stoically, finishing 25 of 41 for 326 yards and one interception, he will have even more time as the Titans head into their bye week to re-familiarize his play. Tennessee will return in Week 9 to play the St. Louis Rams on the road in Missouri.
10/16/13 - The Tennessee Titans have fallen prey to the unrelenting Seattle Seahawks at home, who maximized pressure on backup QB Ryan Fitzpatrick during Sunday’s game. The Titans lost 13-20 despite being in the winning position for the first half of the game, as Tennessee could not hold off the Seahawks who cleaned up their sloppy first half performance, racking up 13 points in the second half to the Tennessee's 3. The Titans will face yet another aggressive defense from the hard-hitting San Francisco 49ers, which will be a crucial win before entering their bye week. Tennessee Titans tickets in Week 7 are a $43 at the lowest and $138 on average.
10/8/13 - The Titans were the latest victims to fall prey to the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs, and their schedule isn’t any more forgiving, as they travel to CenturyLink Field to play the Seattle Seahawks, who are hungry for a win after succumbing to an electric Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts. Backup quarterback and 9-year veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick put up a valiant effort in his first start since playing for the Buffalo Bills last season, leading the team in rushing (50 yards) and passing for 247 yards on Sunday, but unable to get comfortable with Titan’s wide receivers just yet. The Titans failed to stifle the Chief’s fourth quarter rally, solidifying their defeat when they did not to stop Jamaal Charles’ 1-yard touchdown. For Week 6, Tennessee Titans tickets at Seattle average at $263, and $28 to get in.
10/1/13 - The Tennessee Titans defeated the New York Giants on Sunday 38-13, but the win came at a devastating price. Quarterback Jake Locker, after a career high 3 touchdown passes, sustained a hip injury from a controversial hit by Muhammad Wilkerson and Quinton Coples that sent him to the hospital overnight. As of now, Locker is out for 4-8 weeks and will undergo more tests to determine the severity of his injury. On a brighter note, the Titans were able to turn Geno Smith’s 4 turnovers into 28 points, and Alterraun Verner had an excellent game, with a recovered fumble and two interceptions. Ryan Fitzpatrick will be in for Locker, a 9-year veteran considered one of the best backup quarterbacks in the NFL. The Tennessee Titans will be on the road for Week 6, facing tough 4-0 opponents, the Kansas City Chiefs, in a game the Titans thought they could win with Locker at the helm. Tennessee Titans tickets against the red-hot Chiefs average at $114.
9/25/13 - The Tennessee Titans are looking solid with a 2-1 record, and their momentum is amplified by the stunning play young quarterback Jake Locker has demonstrated these last three weeks, including a 34-yard winning pass to rookie receiver Justin Hunter to seal the deal over the San Diego Chargers on Sunday. Also notable on offense is ninth year receiver Nate Washington and running back Chris Johnson, who completed 90 yards last game. Tennessee’s defense is currently ranked 10th in the NFL in total points allowed, with nine sacks and 307 yards allowed. The Titans are looking to rise to the top the AFC South when they next face the New York Jets, also 2-1, for a third consecutive game at LP Field in Nashville. Get in for a mere $15 to watch the action on Sunday.
Tennessee Titans 2014 Season
The Tennessee Titans have one of the most affordable NFL tickets in the league averaging $167 on the secondary market. In fact, you can catch a game at LP Field for $19 against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday October 12; the AFC South showdown is the cheapest game in the league during the regular-season! And yes, Titans Nation – Tennessee will host a Monday Night game in Nashville. The Week 11 meeting with the Pittsburgh Steelers is one of the most expensive games on the Titans schedule, averaging $237 (the same cost to see the Dallas Cowboys at LP Field in Week 2). Chris Johnson will make his return
December 14 when the New York Jets (avg. $170) visit Music City; the former Titans RB is the only player to reach 1,000 rushing yards in each of the last six seasons and you know he’ll bring the heat in a familiar setting. The Titans will host the defending AFC Champion Colts to close the regular-season following a Thursday Night Game at Jacksonville 10 days earlier. In the big picture, the Tennessee Titans schedule features five games against 2013 playoff teams: Indy (2), Cincinnati, Kansas City, and Philly. With three of those games falling in the first four weeks of the season, it won’t be long until we find out just how mighty this Tennessee team is!
The Tennessee Titans have a hard row to hoe in an extremely competitive AFC South, and their record last season showed it, as they finished 6-10 and third in the division. After sharing time last year with Matt Hasselbeck, quarterback Jake Locker should be the man at the controls of the Titans’ offense in 2013 — an offense which has plenty of room for improvement, finishing in the bottom half of the league statistically. Unlike many NFL teams though, most of the offensive work is done by a running back, Chris Johnson, who carried for well over 1,000 yards last season. Receiving targets include team statistical leaders Kendall Wright and Nate Washington, as well as Kenny Britt and tight end Delanie Walker.
As a team, the defensive numbers appear to be wanting as well; individually, left defensive end Derrick Morgan racked up 6.5 sacks last season, tops on the team, just ahead of the 6.0 charted by linebacker Akeem Ayers (the team’s leading tackler) and right defensive end Kameron Wimbley. In the defensive backfield, Zach Brown (listed as a linebacker in the Titans’ depth chart) and corner Jason McCourty led in INTs, Brown returned two of his three for pick-sixes
Titans fans at Nashville’s LP Field are certainly hoping for great success in 2013. In addition to AFC South games with the Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars, the Titans schedule features a must-see game against last year's Super Bowl runner-up, San Francisco 49ers. 49ers vs. Titans tickets range from $46 in the upper level end zones to $850 down along the sidelines at the 50-yard line. Tennessee football fans will find cheap Titans tickets to each of the other two home games on the Tennessee Titans schedule featuring playoff-caliber teams in Nashville. Colts vs. Titans tickets on November 14th and Texans vs. Titans tickets on December 29th start at $25 — 45% less than the 49ers vs. Titans game.