Tennessee Titans History

The Tennessee Titans are in their sixty-second season, playing their home games at Nissan Stadium, in Nashville, Tennessee since 1999. The Titans are led by head coach Mike Vrabel since 2018.

During their careers, multiple players have won awards for the team: Steve McNair won the Most Valuable Player in 2003; Earl Campbell won the Most Valuable Player in 1979; the AP Offensive Player of the Year in 1978, 1979, and 1980; and the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year in 1978; Warren Moon won the AP Offensive Player of the Year in 1990; George Blanda won the AP AFL Player of the Year in 1961; Jevon Kearse won the AP Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1999; Robert Brazile won the AP Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1975; Vince Young won the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2006; Eddie George won the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year in 1996; Chris Johnson won the AP Offensive Player of the Year in 2009; Ryan Tannehill won the Comeback Player of the Year in 2019; Derrick Henry won the AP Offensive Player of the Year in 2020.

The Titans have won two championships in their history, most recently in 1961.

Tennessee Titans Head Coaching History

Head Coach Years Record Win percentage Playoff record
Mike Vrabel 2018-2022 41-24-0 63.1% 2-3
Mike Mularkey 2015-2017 20-21-0 48.8% 1-1
Ken Whisenhunt 2014-2015 3-20-0 13.0% 0-0
Mike Munchak 2011-2013 22-26-0 45.8% 0-0
Jeff Fisher 1994-2010 142-120-0 54.2% 5-6
Jack Pardee 1990-1994 43-31-0 58.1% 1-4
Jerry Glanville 1985-1989 38-41-0 48.1% 2-3
Hugh Campbell 1984-1985 8-24-0 25.0% 0-0
Ed Biles 1981-1983 10-31-0 24.4% 0-0
Chuck Studley 1983 2-14-0 12.5% 0-0
Bum Phillips 1975-1980 55-35-0 61.1% 4-3
Sid Gillman 1973-1974 8-20-0 28.6% 0-0
Bill Peterson 1972-1973 2-26-0 7.1% 0-0
Ed Hughes 1971 4-9-1 32.1% 0-0
Wally Lemm 1966-1970 28-38-4 42.9% 0-2
Hugh Taylor 1965 4-10-0 28.6% 0-0
Sammy Baugh 1964 4-10-0 28.6% 0-0
Pop Ivy 1962-1963 17-11-0 60.7% 0-1
Lou Rymkus 1960-1961 20-7-1 73.2% 2-0

Franchise history

Franchise history guide

Seasons with a championship win Seasons with a conference championship

Franchise facts

  1. The Titans fell one yard short of a Super Bowl victory in Super Bowl XXXIV when wide receiver Kevin Dyson was tackled on the one-yard line as time expired, sealing the 23-16 victory for the Rams