They went to the playoffs six times as the Titans and fifteen times as the Houston Oilers.
As the Titans they have made the playoffs six times with five wins.
11 times - the Titans have a 6-5 record against the Redskins.
The Yankees have won the East Division title 16 times.
Nine times. The Eagles have won six of nine career meetings, all when the Titans were still the Houston Oilers.
They have played each other a total of 16 times so far.
The Indianapoolis Colts. The Colts and Titans are the only teams to have won the AFC South title in the division's eight-season existence - Indy has six division titles and Tennessee two - plus their quarterbacks have usually been closely matched in season performance - in 2003 Peyton Manning and Steve McNair split the MVP vote, while in the Vince Young-Kerry Collins era the Titans have played the Colts tightly, beating them three times in the 2006-8 period.
They have played 37 times all time. The Patriots have won 21 times the Titans have won 15 times and there has been 1 tie
The present-day Tennessee Titans began as the Houston Oilers in 1960 in the American Football League. The Oilers made the playoffs five times in the AFL era, winning the first two AFL championships (1960 and '61). Following the 1970 merger the Oilers made the playoffs ten times, and have made the playoffs six times as the Titans. The franchise's playoff record is 14-19.
Once - in the 1999 season, vs. the St. Louis Rams.
The Cowboys won five games and lost three to the Oilers before the Houston franchise moved and became the Tennessee Titans. The Titans are three and two in their five meetings since the move.
The Ravens have faced the Titans 3 times in the playoffs, the most memorable being their victory in Tennessee during the 2000 season playoff run toward their Super Bowl XXXV win. The Ravens currently lead the Titans in playoff wins, 2 games to 1. The Titans beat the Ravens in the 2009 playoffs.