Team Facts

Firsts, Records, Odds & Ends

Franchise Granted:
August 14, 1959 as Charter Member of AFL

First Season:
1960

First Season in Tennessee:
1997

First Season as Titans:
1999

Stadium:
Nissan Stadium

AFL Championships:
1960, 1961

AFC Championships:
1999

AFL Eastern Division Championships:
1960, 1961, 1962, 1967

AFC Central Division Championships:
1991, 1993, 2000

AFC South Division Championship:
2002, 2008

All-Time Record:
(At Start of 2017 Season)
427-468-6

AFL Record:
72-69-4

NFL Record:
355-399-2

Retired Uniform Numbers:
#1 Warren Moon
#34 Earl Campbell
#43 Jim Norton
#63 Mike Munchak
#65 Elvin Bethea
#74 Bruce Matthews

 

  • First Players Signed: Don Hitt and Tony Banfield, both of Oklahoma State, 12/8/59.
  • First Regular-Season Game: A 37-22 victory over the Oakland Raiders, 9/11/60.
  • First Regular-Season Touchdown: A 43-yard pass from Hall of Fame QB George Blanda to Charlie Hennigan vs. the Oakland Raiders, 9/11/60.
  • First Winning Season: 1960 (10-4).
  • First Championship Game: A 24-16 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers for the 1960 American Football League Championship.
  • First Super Bowl Appearance: A 23-16 loss to the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXIV.
  • First to Rush 200-yards in a Game: Billy Cannon, 216 yards vs. the New York Jets, 12/10/61.
  • First 1,000-Yard Rusher: Charley Tolar, 1,012 yards (1962).
  • First to Pass 400 Yards in a Game: Jackie Lee, 457 yards vs. the Boston Patriots, 10/13/61.
  • First to Pass 4,000 Yards in a Season: Warren Moon, 4,689 yards (1990).
  • First to Catch 100 Passes in a Season: Charlie Hennigan, 101 receptions (1964).
  • First Oiler/Titan Elected to the Hall of Fame: QB George Blanda, 1981.
  • Most Career Rushing Yards: Eddie George, 10,009 yards (1996-2003).
  • Most Career Passing Yards: Warren Moon, 33,685 yards (1984-1993).
  • Most Career Receptions: Ernest Givins, 542 receptions (1986-1994).
  • All-Time Leading Scorer: Al Del Greco, 1,060 points (1991-2000).
  • Most Lopsided Win: A 55-0 victory over the Oakland Raiders, 9/9/61.
  • Original Home Field: Jeppesen Stadium (capacity 35,500).



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