The Tennessee Titans are the team with the least Super Bowl experience out of the final four teams in the NFL in 2019–20. They lost their lone Super Bowl trip in 2000 against the then-St. Louis Rams, making them one of just 12 NFL clubs without a championship.
With great victories and even bigger injuries, the Tennessee Titans have had a rollercoaster season. With a 12-5 record, they were able to not only win the AFC South but also secure the top seed in the playoffs. They received a first-round bye as a result, and their Divisional Round opponent will be the Cincinnati Bengals.
Did the Titans ever won a Super Bowl?
The Titans have been around for 62 years, yet they have never won a Super Bowl match. Before 1996, when they changed their name to the Tennessee Oilers and later the Titans, they were known as the Houston Oilers. In the 36 years the team was in Texas, there were no Super Bowl appearances.
The following NFL season, in 1999-2000, saw the Titans finish 13-3 and defeat the Bills in the first round of the Wild Card round.
The “music city miracle,” which involved either a kickoff return or a touchdown, brought the game to an end. The play was highly contentious since it was obvious that tight end Frank Wycheck was passing to Kevin Dyson forward. Dyson traveled 75 yards for the winning touchdown.
The Titans defeated the Colts in the divisional round before defeating the Jaguars in the AFC Championship game, led by quarterback Steve McNair and running back Eddie George.
The football gods then decreed that the Titans couldn’t win following the Music City Miracle in Super Bowl XXXIV. Dyson once more had the ball in the end zone with no time remaining when linebacker Mike Jones intercepted him at the 1-yard line to prevent a second game-winning touchdown.