Tennessee Titans tickets will allow fans to see an intriguing blend of veteran experience and young talent on the field in the 2016 NFL season. Led by second-year QB Marcus Mariotta, the Tennessee Titans are a team on the upswing in the loaded AFC South. With a great new coach in Mike Mularkey, players like OLB Brian Orakpo, RB DeMarco Murray, and WR Kendall Wright will only get better as time goes on.
With a formidable offense and solid defense returning to the gridiron, Tennessee Titans fans have much to look forward to this season. Whether you want to cheer on the Titans on the road or at home inside LP Field in Nashville, Tennessee, order your premium Tennessee Titans tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!
The second-half of the 2009 NFL season seemed to be a Hollywood tale of redemption for quarterback Vince Young and the Tennessee Titans as the lambasted college hero took the team on his back and improved their record from 0-6 to 8-8. The carriage turned back into a pumpkin in 2010 however and Vince Young and stalwart head coach Jeff Fisher were both shown the door. Houston Oilers Hall-of-Famer Mike Munchak took the reigns as head coach, but could never get the team back on track. After the passing of long-time owner Bud Adams, a new regime is at the helm of the historic franchise. Led by new head coach Mike Mularkey, the rebuilt Tennessee Titans are ready to embrace the future.
Running back Chris Johnson may be gone, but the Tennessee Titans do not lose much, other than a player riding on past glories. Veteran RB DeMarco Murray looks to be a more complete player, and seems to be in the same vein as Eddie George. QB Marcus Mariotta is healthy and is now armed with plenty of young weapons, including the deadly WR Kendall Wright, along with one of the game’s best offensive lines. The Tennessee Titans defense is switching to the 3-4, and should have two excellent bookend rushers in OLBs Derrick Morgan and Brian Orakpo. RB/WR/KR Dexter McCluster will be a weapon on special teams, the Titans historic strong suit.
Mike Mularkey starts his first year as head coach of the Titans and will have to work overtime to compete in one of the toughest divisions in football – the AFC South. The rivalry with the Houston Texans has turned into a feud of epic proportions, while the Jacksonville Jaguars and Indianapolis Colts remain huge roadblocks for the Boys in Blue. Outside the division, the Titans are scheduled to take the NFL’s elite, including the Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, and Chicago Bears.
Over 69,000 loud and rowdy fans will fill up LP Field to cheer on the mighty Titans to victory all season long. The Tennessee Titans will hope for another Music City Miracle and another chance at a Super Bowl bid in 2016. Whether the team is at home or on the road, the Tennessee Titans draw huge crowds game after game so order your premium Tennessee Titans tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!