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Q: How valuable are framed prints of Bum Phillips when he coached the Houston Oilers?
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Who was coach Bum Phillips?

Oail Andrews "Bum" Phillips was head coach of the Houston Oilers spanning the 1975 through 1980 seasons, winning 55 of 90 games and winning four playoff games. He then coached the New Orleans Saints for the 1981-5 seasons, but managing only 27 wins in 69 games. He first joined the Oilers in 1974 as defensive coordinator.


What are the lyrics for the Houston Oilers fight song?

Look out football, here we come,Houston Oilers, Number One.Houston has the Oilers, the greatest football team.We take the ball from goal to goal like no one's ever seen.We're in the air, we're on the ground - always in control,And when you say the Oilers, you're talking Super Bowl.'Cause we're the Houston Oilers, Houston Oilers,Houston Oilers, Number One.Yes, we're the Houston Oilers, Houston Oilers,Houston Oilers, Number One.We've got the offense, we've got the defense,We give the other team no hope.'Cause we're the Houston Oilers, Houston Oilers,You know we're gonna hold the rope.Yes, we're the Houston Oilers, Houston Oilers,Houston Oilers, Number One.Yes, we're the Houston Oilers, Houston Oilers,Houston Oilers, Number One.'Cause we're the Houston Oilers, Houston Oilers,Houston Oilers, Number One - Five - Seven - Eight,We're the best from the Lone Star State!Houston Oilers, Houston Oilers,Houston Oilers, Number One.


When did Houston Oilers end?

Houston Oilers ended in 1997.


When was Houston Oilers created?

Houston Oilers was created in 1960.


What movie and television projects has Bum Phillips been in?

Bum Phillips has: Played Himself - San Diego Chargers Defensive Coordinator in "The NFL on NBC" in 1965. Played Himself - Houston Oilers Head Coach in "The NFL on NBC" in 1965. Played Himself - Houston Oilers Head Coach in "NFL Monday Night Football" in 1970. Played Himself - New Orleans Saints Head Coach in "NFL Monday Night Football" in 1970. Played Himself - Houston Oilers Head Coach in "1978 AFC Championship Game" in 1979. Played Himself - Houston Oilers Head Coach in "1979 AFC Championship Game" in 1980. Played Bum in "Cowboy Smoke" in 2008.


What actors and actresses appeared in 1979 AFC Championship Game - 1980?

The cast of 1979 AFC Championship Game - 1980 includes: Mike Adamle as Himself - Sideline Reporter Matt Bahr as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Kicker John Banaszak as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive End Theo Bell as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Wide Receiver Elvin Bethea as Himself - Houston Oilers Defensive End Ed Biles as Himself - Houston Oilers Defensive Coordinator Gregg Bingham as Himself - Houston Oilers Linebacker Rocky Bleier as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Running Back Mel Blount as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Cornerback Terry Bradshaw as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback Robert Brazile as Himself - Houston Oilers Linebacker Ken Burrough as Himself - Houston Oilers Wide Receiver Earl Campbell as Himself - Houston Oilers Running Back Rich Caster as Himself - Houston Oilers Wide Receiver Robin Cole as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Linebacker Craig Colquitt as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Punter Steve Courson as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Guard Curley Culp as Himself - Houston Oilers Nose Tackle Bennie Cunningham as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Tight End Andy Dorris as Himself - Houston Oilers Defensive End Gary Dunn as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive Tackle Rich Ellender as Himself - Houston Oilers Running Back Dick Enberg as Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer Toni Fritsch as Himself - Houston Oilers Kicker Bryant Gumbel as Himself - Sideline Reporter Franco Harris as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Fullback Carter Hartwig as Himself - Houston Oilers Free Safety Conway Hayman as Himself - Houston Oilers Guard Carl Mauck as Himself - Houston Oilers Center Guido Merkens as Himself - Houston Oilers Wide Receiver Gifford Nielsen as Himself - Houston Oilers Quarterback Chuck Noll as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Merlin Olsen as Himself - Color Commentator Cliff Parsley as Himself - Houston Oilers Punter Dan Pastorini as Himself - Houston Oilers Quarterback Vernon Perry as Himself - Houston Oilers Strong Safety Ted Petersen as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Tackle Wade Phillips as Himself - Houston Oilers Defensive Line Coach Bum Phillips as Himself - Houston Oilers Head Coach Mike Reinfeldt as Himself - Houston Oilers Free Safety Mike Renfro as Himself - Houston Oilers Wide Receiver Donnie Shell as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Strong Safety John Stallworth as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Wide Receiver Greg Stemrick as Himself - Houston Oilers Cornerback Art Stringer as Himself - Houston Oilers Linebacker Lynn Swann as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Wide Receiver Sidney Thornton as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Running Back Woody Widenhofer as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive Coordinator Dirt Winston as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Linebacker Dwayne Woodruff as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Cornerback


Are the Houston's Texans and the Houston Oilers the same team?

No, The Houston Oilers relocated and changed their name to the Tennessee Titans. The Houston Texans are an expansion franchise awarded to Houston to replace the Oilers leaving town.


What actors and actresses appeared in 1978 AFC Championship Game - 1979?

The cast of 1978 AFC Championship Game - 1979 includes: Mike Adamle as Himself - Sideline Reporter John Banaszak as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive End Theo Bell as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Wide Receiver Elvin Bethea as Himself - Houston Oilers Defensive End Ed Biles as Himself - Houston Oilers Defensive Coordinator Gregg Bingham as Himself - Houston Oilers Linebacker Rocky Bleier as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Running Back Mel Blount as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Cornerback Terry Bradshaw as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback Robert Brazile as Himself - Houston Oilers Linebacker Ken Burrough as Himself - Houston Oilers Wide Receiver Earl Campbell as Himself - Houston Oilers Running Back Rich Caster as Himself - Houston Oilers Wide Receiver Robin Cole as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Linebacker Curley Culp as Himself - Houston Oilers Nose Tackle Bill Currier as Himself - Houston Oilers Strong Safety Jack Deloplaine as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Running Back Johnnie Dirden as Himself - Houston Oilers Wide Receiver Toni Fritsch as Himself - Houston Oilers Kicker Steve Furness as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive Tackle Roy Gerela as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Kicker Curt Gowdy as Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer Randy Grossman as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Tight End Bryant Gumbel as Himself - Sideline Reporter Franco Harris as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Fullback Conway Hayman as Himself - Houston Oilers Tackle Ken Kennard as Himself - Houston Oilers Nose Tackle Steve Kiner as Himself - Houston Oilers Linebacker Jon Kolb as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Tackle Mike Kruczek as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback Carl Mauck as Himself - Houston Oilers Center Guido Merkens as Himself - Houston Oilers Wide Receiver Rick Moser as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Running Back Gerry Mullins as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Guard Chuck Noll as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Merlin Olsen as Himself - Color Commentator Cliff Parsley as Himself - Houston Oilers Punter Dan Pastorini as Himself - Houston Oilers Quarterback Wade Phillips as Himself - Houston Oilers Defensive Line Coach Bum Phillips as Himself - Houston Oilers Head Coach Ray Pinney as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Guard George Reihner as Himself - Houston Oilers Guard Mike Reinfeldt as Himself - Houston Oilers Free Safety Greg Sampson as Himself - Houston Oilers Tackle Donnie Shell as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Strong Safety John Stallworth as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Wide Receiver Greg Stemrick as Himself - Houston Oilers Cornerback Lynn Swann as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Wide Receiver Sidney Thornton as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Running Back Loren Toews as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Linebacker


What happened to the Houston oilers?

The former Houston Oilers are the current Tennessee Titans. The franchise moved from Houston to Tennessee in 1997.


Why did the Houston Oilers leave the NFL?

The Houston Oilers moved to Tennessee and became the Tennessee Oilers for the 1997 season. The team changed their name from Oilers to Titans in 1999.


1994 Houston Oilers roster?

Click on the '1994 Houston Oilers' link below to see the roster and statistics for the 1994 Oilers team.


How many super bowls have the Houston oilers won?

Houston Oilers never went to the Superbowl.


Houston oilers to the Tennessee Titans?

The Houston Oilers and Tennessee Titans are the same organization. They began as the Oilers; when they moved to Tennessee in 1997 the Oilers name stayed, then was changed to Titans in 1999.


What team did the Houston Oilers change to?

The Houston Oilers changed their team name to the Tennessee Titans in 1998.


Who wore number 12 for the Houston Oilers?

Kenny Stabler was # 12 for the Houston Oilers in the year 1981.


What are the words of the Houston oilers fight song?

The fight song for the Houston Oilers was 'Luv Ya Blue'. The song talks about the Oilers being number one.


Who was the NFL most valuable player of 1979?

Earl Campbell, running back for the Houston Oilers (now the Tennessee Titans), was named the NFL MVP in 1979.


Why did the oilers leave Houston for Tennessee?

The Oilers wanted a new stadium in Houston, and when Tennessee offered to build one, they took the offer. Houston subsequently built Reliant Stadium and the Houston Texans were founded.


Were the Houston oilers ever in the play offs?

As the Houston Oilers they made the playoffs 15 times and won nine times.


Where do the Houston Oilers play now?

The team formerly known as the Houston Oilers moved after 1996 to become the Tennessee Titans.


Have the Houston oilers won a Super Bowl?

Houston Oilers never won a SuperBowl while in Houston. In 2000, as the Tennessee Titans, they appeared in their first SuperBowl and lost.


What was the Houston oilers worse loss?

54 points on December 17, 1989 ... Cincinnati Bengals 61, Houston Oilers 7.


Tennessee titans Houston oilers uniform?

The Tennessee Titans moved from Houston where the Oilers . .so their 'throwback' uniforms are Oiler uniforms.


Are the Tennessee Titans the ex Houston Oilers and who are the Houston Texans?

Yes, the Houston Oilers moved to Tennessee and became the Titans for the 1997 season. The Houston Texans are an expansion team that joined the NFL in 2002.


Where else have the Houston Oilers played?

The Oilers were located in Houston at first and then switched to Memphis, Tennessee and then re-located to Nashville, Tennessee after 2 years. That is also when they switched names from Oilers to Titans.