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Tennessee Titans History and Info.
Based in Nashville, Tennessee the Tennessee Titans are members of the South Division of the American Football Conference, AFC, in the NFL. The Tennessee Titans began in 1960 and were first known as the Houston Oilers. The team relocated to Tennessee in 1997 and first played in Memphis for one season before moving to Nashville . For two seasons, the team was known as the Tennessee Oilers before they changed their name to the Titans in 1999. During the 1998 season, owner Bud Adams announced that, because of fan requests, he was changing the Oilers' name to correspond with the opening of their new stadium and to better connect with Nashville, hence the name 'Titans.'
In 1999, the Titans had a great season, finishing with a 13-3 record which was the best season in franchise history. The Titans' Cinderella season led to a trip to Super Bowl XXXIV, where they lost to the St. Louis Rams, 23-16. In 2000, the Titans finished with an NFL best with a record of 13-3 and won their third AFC Central title but their first division title as the Tennessee Titans. The following season, 2002, saw the Titans back at the AFC Championship Game, which they lost to the Oakland Raiders. In 2003, quarterback Steve McNair won the MVP award, which he shared with Peyton Manning. They went on to the 2003 playoffs, winning their first-round game against the Baltimore Ravens but then losing in the AFC semifinals to the New England Patriots. The 2004 season saw an unusually high number of injuries to key players for the Titans which led them to end the season with a record of 5-11. A number of key players were lost as well due to the Titans being well over the salary cap.
In 2005, the Titans started the season with the youngest team in the NFL including 1st round pick cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones, offensive tackle Michael Roos, and three wide receivers, Brandon Jones, Courtney Roby, and Roydell Williams and finished the season with a recors of 4-12. They improved on that record the following year in 2006 with a record of 8-8. Hopes were high for the 2007 season and the Titans entered the playoffs as the AFC's #6 seed, their first time in the playoffs since 2003. They unfortunately lost to the San Diego Chargers however and the Titans ended its season with an overall record of 10-7 that they are looking to improve upon in 2008.
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