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What Happened to the Tennessee Titans?

The Titans are a team that has played in the National Football League for the last several years. They were not able to get out of the first round of the playoffs for five straight seasons and failed to make it to the Super Bowl for the first time since 2006. This article will provide insight into what happened to the team during the past season and how it is progressing for the future.

‘T-Rac’ mascot

The Tennessee Titans’ mascot, T-Rac, has become one of the most popular mascots in the NFL. It also has won many awards, including the cartoon network’s “Most Awesome Mascot” trophy.

For one thing, T-Rac has been selected to participate in eight NFL Pro Bowl games. He has even been able to zipline from the top of Nissan Stadium. However, he hasn’t won the award for the most interesting mascot, a title that goes to Phillie Phanatic, a mascot from the Philadelphia Phillies.


The NFL consists of several teams, all of which play each other once or twice a season. For example, Pittsburgh and Tennessee compete in the AFC South division. While these two rivals aren’t often in contention for a championship, their games are always interesting and exciting.

The most recent meeting between the two teams, in Week 7, was a nail biter. In the end, the Titans prevailed, taking home the win on a botched two-point conversion.

Missed the playoffs for a fifth consecutive season

For the fifth consecutive year, the Tennessee Titans have missed the playoffs. After winning a combined eight of their first 13 games, the team appeared on the brink of making a return to the postseason. However, they lost five of their last seven games to finish in fourth place in the AFC South.

While the record was a disappointment, it was not the worst of the season. In the beginning of the season, the Titans were a strong contender in the AFC South. They won three of their first four games and finished second in the division. During that time, the Titans drafted two players with first-round picks.

Impact Chestnut joins the team as an undrafted free agent

The Tennessee Titans are poised to get some help from their undrafted free agents this offseason. On Tuesday, the team announced the signings of seven players. Several of them will be competing for a spot on the 53-man roster.

In addition to signing six players, the Titans also added a defense player. Former Rutgers cornerback Tre Avery signed with the Titans. Earlier this week, the Titans also announced the signing of defensive lineman DeMarcus Walker.

Flameheads were a part of the Titans’ costume

The Tennessee Titans have made a name for themselves in the National Football League over the past few years. During the early 2000s, fans started to wear headwear resembling flames. This has led to the team becoming known as the “Flameheads” amongst other names.

The team has made the playoffs in all but one season. In addition to their AFC South rivals, the Titans have shared rivalries with the Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Indianapolis Colts.

Impact McCreary was a cornerback for the Titans

Impact McCreary has been the Titans’ leading tackler through the first three weeks of the season. He is also the team’s top pass defender. And, the Titans have solid depth at this position, too.

As a cornerback for the Tennessee Titans, McCreary is a promising prospect. While he is not yet a full-time starter, he should see more playing time in his second year.

In addition to his ability to tackle, McCreary has also been able to play well in single coverage. He does a good job in the run game, too. However, he sometimes can be a bit lazy when the ball is in the air.

Kyle Philips struggled to make an impact in his first season with the team

The Tennessee Titans have an intriguing decision to make in their wide receiver rotation. They currently have three players vying for the top slot role and have yet to make a decision. In Week 7 they will face the Colts, and Philips could be on the field.

Jordan Philips has a lot to offer, but he’s also a player that isn’t a sure thing. Nevertheless, the Titans have a promising rookie who should help in the passing game. During organized team activities, Philips was impressed. He beat defenders with speed and eye candy.

Impact Odukoye

Odukoye was the latest addition to the Tennessee Titans’ tight ends room. He joins a group that includes veteran Geoff Swaim and starter Austin Hooper.

The 6-foot-6 Dutchman is a part of the NFL’s International Player Pathway program, which helps to expand the pipeline of international talent in the league. As a result, he is eligible for an international player practice squad exemption, which allows an additional practice squad member to join the team.

Impact Rigg spent training camp with the Bengals

The Bengals have a nice little trove of young guns ready to contribute, but they’re also a bit short on depth. Aside from a couple of names on the fringes of the first team, there are few real surprises.

There are two notable newcomers in the backfield, but that’s not to say there’s no competition for their services. The biggest question is, when will Wilcox be back?