Tennessee Titans

Tennessee Titans 2013 Schedule: Long Road Ahead

Fans of the Titans can now view the official Tennessee Titans 2013 schedule of games to see who their opponents are throughout the upcoming season. The Titans have a fairly tough start to their season, with consecutive road games against the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Houston Texans. The last time the Titans opened their season with two road games was in 1994. However, their two opening road games are offset by three consecutive home games. The Titans play their first home game of the regular season on September 22, 2013, when they host the San Diego Chargers at LP Field. Make sure you are there to cheer on the Titans at every game in the 2013 season with a quality Tennessee Titans PSL from PSL Source, the fan-to-fan marketplace trusted by fans of the Tennessee Titans. After two more home field games against the Jets and the Chiefs, the Titans hit the road again with a visit to the West Coast. QB Jake Locker and the Titans will take on QB Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks on October 13 at CenturyLink Field.

One week later, the Titans host the NFC Champion San Francisco 49ers. This makes the fifth year in a row that the Titans will play a Super Bowl participant from the prior season and only the second time that the 49ers have played at LP Field. Secure your Tennessee Titans season tickets and parking today with a discount Titans PSL. After their home field game against the 49ers, the Titans take their Bye Week during Week 8 of the season. On November 14, the Titans will be featured in a primetime game when they host their AFC South rivals, the Indianapolis Colts. Regarding the primetime matchup against the Colts, head coach Mike Munchak stated via the Tennessee Titans official website that “I am happy that we received a home primetime game to showcase our team, our city and our fans to a national audience.” The primetime game is followed by another tough stretch of road games against the Raiders, the Colts, and the Broncos. This is the first Titans/Oilers schedule since 1981 that has included three-game stretches of both home and away games. The Titans wrap up their regular season with another AFC South battle, as they play their second game of the regular season against the Houston Texans.