Tennessee Titans Home Schedule 2019

The Tennessee Titans open their 2019 NFL season on the road but face the Indianapolis Colts (Sept. 15) Week 2 in an AFC South divisional matchup at home. They square off at home against a pair of 2018 playoff teams with the Los Angeles Chargers (Oct. 20) in Week 7 and the Kansas City Chiefs (Nov. 10) in Week 10.

Tennessee has a bye in Week 11 before a couple more home divisional matchups vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars (Nov. 24) in Week 12 and vs. the Houston Texans (Dec. 15) in Week 15. Their last home game of the season is Week 16 against the New Orleans Saints (Dec. 22).

2019 Tennessee Titans Home Schedule

Schedule Date Opponent Time (Central)
Preseason Sat, Aug. 17 vs. New England Patriots 6:00 PM
Preseason Sat, Aug. 25 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers 7:00 PM
Week 2 Sun, Sept. 15 vs. Indianapolis Colts 12:00 PM
Week 5 Sun, Oct. 6 vs. Buffalo Bills 12:00 PM
Week 7 Sun, Oct. 20 vs. Los Angeles Chargers 3:05 PM
Week 8 Sun, Oct. 27 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12:00 PM
Week 10 Sun, Nov. 10 vs. Kansas City Chiefs 12:00 PM
Week 12 Sun, Nov. 24 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars 3:05 PM
Week 15 Sun, Dec. 15 vs. Houston Texans 12:00 PM
Week 16 Sun, Dec. 22 vs. New Orleans Saints 12:00 PM

Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium

The Titans, founded in 1959, play at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. The stadium seats over 69,000 and opened in 1999 on the Cumberland River across from downtown Nashville. The stadium has three levels of seating, with the lower bowl completely surrounding the field and luxury suites within the Eastern and Western towers.

Tennessee Titans Seating Chart – Nissan Stadium

Tennessee Titans Seating Chart

Individual game tickets for all games are available now.

All game times are local and subject to change.

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