The Tennessee Titans were founded as the Houston Oilers in the AFL in 1960. They moved to Tennessee in 1997 and became the Titans in 1999.
All I hear when I look at this picture is Isla Fisher saying, "Cause I'd find you!"
The Titans claim nine Divisional championships and have made one trip to the Super Bowl (1999).
Proper posture is a key component to any good cheerleader.
O Captain, my captain! All hands better be on deck...
"Shake your groove thing, shake your grove thing, yeah yeah!"
Frankly, I couldn't care less where she is looking...
The Oilers/Titans have played in Jeppesen, Rice, Liberty Bowl Memorial and Vanderbilt Stadiums to go with LP Field and the Houston Astrodome.
Warren Moon is the franchise's all-time leading passer with 33,685 yards.
I am not sure I have any words to describe this one, other that I am ardent supporter of Breast Cancer Awareness.
Welcome to Music City, USA. Now, where are a good pair of cowboy boots when you need them?
Heisman Trophy winner Eddie George is the Titan's all-time leading rusher with 10,009 yards.
Seven Oilers/Titans have had their numbers retired: Warren Moon (1), Steve McNair (9), Earl Campbell (34), Jim Norton (43), Mike Munchak (63), Elvin Bethea (65) and Bruce Matthews (74).
What a fantastic way to end a Tennessee Titans cheerleader slideshow, right?
The Titans have some of the best cheerleaders in the NFL. Here are our favorites.
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