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Here’s what Titans fans can expect for the 2014-2015 season.
Nashville, Tennessee, is known as the “Home of Country Music” for a reason: It’s the birthplace of some of the greatest, twangiest records and catchiest hits in recording industry history. And over at the aptly named LP Stadium starting in August, NFL team the Tennessee Titans will be looking to score their own set of hits and records -- pro-football-style.
The franchise, which was founded in 1960 as the Houston Oilers, has made five playoff appearances in the 2000s -- but throughout its storied history, a Super Bowl bid has been elusive. That’s something the team’s front office is looking to fix this year -- starting with a new head coach.
‘Hunt’ for the Big Game
In January 2014, the Titans signed on just the guy to get them playoff-bound again -- and make a future Super Bowl run -- with new head coach, Ken Whisenhunt, who has a championship-caliber pro-football résumé. A player himself from 1985 to 1992, Whisenhunt previously coached the NFC West’s Arizona Cardinals to its first-ever Super Bowl appearance in 2008. Ironically, the Cardinals lost that year to one of Whisenhunt’s previous teams, the Pittsburgh Steelers, where as offensive coordinator, he helped them win the 2005 Super Bowl.
But coaching changes are only half the battle. The Titans are looking for bigger and better things from three-year veteran quarterback Jake Locker, who last season sustained a season-ending injury in November but still managed eight TDs in seven games; and second-year rising star wide-receiver Justin Hunter, who had a pair of 100-yard games in his rookie season. The team also has high hopes for recently signed rookie running-back Bishop Sankey, who could play a vital role in this season’s ground game.
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Speaking of that first preseason game in August ... you can be there! It will be an early test against the always-formidable Green Bay Packers -- but Cheesehead Nation don’t have it wrapped up just yet. Show your Titans pride and be there to cheer on the home team. ScoreBig lets you save on every Titans ticket, every day.