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Years Played: 1960-64

Record: 26-11

First Game: 9/18/60 - Oilers 38, Los Angeles Chargers 28 (20,156)

Last Game: 12/20/64 - Oilers 34, Denver 15 (15,839)

Highlights: Oilers capture inaugural AFL Championship with a 24-16 win over the San Diego Chargers at Jeppesen Stadium (1/1/61)...Oilers defend that title the following year with a 10-3 win at San Diego...Jeppesen record crowd of 37,981 watches Dallas nip Oilers 20-17 in overtime in the 1962 AFL Championship Game (12/23/62).



Years Played: 1965-67

Record: 11-10

First Game: 9/12/65 - Oilers 27, New York Jets 21 (52,680)

Last Game: 12/16/67 - Oilers 24, San Diego 17 (19,870)

Highlights: Oilers wallop Denver 45-7 (9/3/66), setting an AFL record by not allowing a Broncos first down...after four straight losing seasons, Oilers clinch Eastern Division title with 24-17 win over Chargers (12/17/67)...in 1967, Oilers become first team to go from last in the division to first in one season.



Years Played: 1968-96

Record: 116-105-2

First Game: 9/9/68 - Kansas City 26, Oilers 21 (45,083)

Last Game: 12/15/96 - Cincinnati 21, Oilers 13 (15,131)

Highlights: Astrodome was the first domed stadium in the NFL...Oilers 3-2 in playoff games at Astrodome...Oilers appeared in 16 “Monday Night Football” telecasts, going 10-6...in 1980 season finale against Minnesota (12/21/80), Earl Campbell sets NFL record with his fourth 200-yard rushing game of the season...Campbell finishes with 1,934 yards, then the second-highest total in league history...Oilers set team record for points in a game with 58-14 drubbing of Cleveland (12/9/90)...Oilers beat Steelers 31-6 to win first-ever undisputed AFC Central Division title (12/8/91)...Oilers win club-record 11th consecutive game with 24-0 win over the New York Jets (1/2/94)...three former Oilers - Elvin Bethea (No. 65), Campbell (No. 34) and Mike Munchak (No. 63) - have their numbers retired.



Year Played: 1997

Record: 6-2

First Game: 8/31/97 - Oilers 24, Oakland 21, OT (30,171)

Last Game: 12/21/97 - Oilers 16, Pittsburgh 6 (50,677)

Highlights: The Oilers played their first season in Tennessee at the Liberty Bowl in Memphis...Eddie George ties a franchise record with 216 yards rushing as the Tennessee Oilers win their inaugural game in Tennessee, a 24-21 overtime win over Oakland in Memphis...Oilers close out season with 16-6 win over division-winner Pittsburgh.



Year Played: 1998

Record: 3-5

First Game: 9/13/98 - San Diego 13, Oilers 7 (41,089)

Last Game: 12/26/98 - Minnesota 26, Oilers 16 (41,121)

Highlights: Frank Wycheck catches pass from Steve McNair to score club’s first touchdown in Nashville (9/13)…Oilers pummel Cincinnati 44-14 for first win in Nashville (10/18)…Al Del Greco kicks game-winning field goal to secure season sweep of Pittsburgh (11/15).


LP FIELD - Nashville

Years Played: 1999-Present

Record: 60-36(regular season) 2-2 (playoffs)

First Game: 9/12/99 - Tennessee 36, Cincinnati 35 (65,272)

Highlights: At LP Field, the Tennessee Titans have recorded a 62-38 home record, including an undefeated 9-0 home mark in 1999. Adelphia Coliseum, as the stadium was first named, opened its doors in the national spotlight with a preseason victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Aug. 27, 1999, in which country music star Faith Hill sang the National Anthem. Tennessee opened the regular season with a come-from-behind 36-35 victory over Cincinnati. But the most memorable victory of the season came in a 22-16 Wild Card victory over Buffalo on Jan. 8, 2000. In that game, Kevin Dyson fielded a lateral pass from Frank Wycheck with 16 seconds left and raced 75 yards down the sideline for the winning score. That play, which propelled Tennessee into an AFC Divisional showdown at Indianapolis the following week, was immediately dubbed “The Music City Miracle” and will go down as one of the most memorable moments in NFL history. The Titans won 12 consecutive games to open their new stadium, breaking the NFL record. The Coliseum changed its name to LP Field on June 6, 2006, when the Titans reached a 10-year stadium naming rights agreement with Louisiana-Pacific Corporation.