The Oilers played in the 1978 and 1979 AFC Championship games. They were defeated both times by the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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no Houston has not but they had a good season this year 2009-10. 9-7
As the Houston Oilers they made the playoffs 15 times and won nine times.
In 1978 the oilers and the browns tied 0-0 in the afc championship
The Tennessee Titans have never won a Super Bowl. But the team did win two AFL Championships in 1960 and 1961, when they were known as the Houston Oilers.
No, they never went as the Oilers. But when the team moved to Tennessee, they changed there name to the Titans and played the Rams in one of the best superbowls ever.
Earl Campbell, Gary Brown, and Eddie George were the best running backs the Oilers ever had. Eddie George did play in Houston before the team moved away.
No. The Oilers played in two AFC championship games (1978 and 1979) and lost to the Steelers both times. Through Super Bowl XLIII, the only Super Bowl the franchise has made is SB XXXIV, as the Tennessee Titans, against the St. Louis Rams.
Yes. They have played in 19 playoff seasons with 14 wins.
Yes, he did. On October 9, 1977, versus the Houston Oilers, Tony Dungy completed 3 passes in 8 attempts for 43 yards and threw 2 interceptions.
no the lowest seed that has ever won an nba championship was the 7th seed Houston rockets in the 90s. Actually, that Houston rockets team was 6th, but yes they were the lowest seeded team to ever win an nba title, in the 1995 NBA Finals
Not for the Titans. Moon was QB for the Houston Oilers between 1984-1993. He was traded to the Minnesota Vikings after the 1993 season.