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Tennessee Titans


2009 Tennessee Titans Football Preview:

2008 was a breakthrough year for the Tennessee Titans; so what is on-deck for them in 2009? Hopefully more of the same, with just a little better results in the playoffs. The Titans will again win with a ball control running game and a dominate defense. Quarterback Kerry Collins is back at the helm on offense. Collins will rely on a veteran o-line and a fantastic one-two punch in the running game with Chris Johnson and LenDale White. The Titans defense loses a key component, Albert Haynesworth, both should still be the class of the AFC. Haynesworth was a star in their ’08 defense, but linebacker Keith Bulluck was the straw that stirred the drink. Bulluck is back, so you can count on the Titans to field another Super Bowl caliber defense. The goal for Jeff Fisher in 2009 is to get the offensive production up, keep the defense playing at a superior level and get his team down to Miami for the Super Bowl.


Founded: 1960 (as Houston Oilers)
Location: Nashville, Tennessee
Stadium: LP Field (aka: The Coliseum, aka: Adelphia Coliseum)
Conference: AFC South
Rivals: Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts
Owners: Bud Adams (1959)
Mascot: T Rac
Notable Players: Earl Campbell, Warren Moon, George Blanda, Elvin Bethea, Mike Munchak & Heywood Jeffires

The Tennessee Titans play football in the South division of the American Football Conference (AFC) of the National Football League (NFL). The team was founded in Houston as the Houston Oilers in 1960. The team was one of the founding members of the old American Football League (AFL). The Oilers won the first 2 AFL Championships and would continue to be an AFL contender. Once the leagues merged, the Oilers struggled. The team never had terribly much success in Houston and eventually had financial woes, along with needing an updated stadium. After a brief stop in Memphis as the Tennessee Oilers, the team settled in Nashville as the Tennessee Titans. Coach Jeff Fisher has managed to lead his team to winning seasons and a Super Bowl appearance. The future looks bright in Nashville.

The Tennessee Titans play their home games at LP Field (aka “the Woodshed”) in Nashville, Tennessee. The stadium has a seating capacity of nearly 69,000. LP Field has been a sellout game for the Tennessee Titans every game since it opened, so finding a ticket can be tough. The fans are loyal and loud and the action of the field is mesmerizing as you watch to see what Vince Young might do with the ball.

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