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The Tennessee Titans are based in Nashville with their home games played at the Nissan Stadium. The stadium was originally opened to the public in 1999 and was called Adelphia Coliseum. Though founded back in the 1960s, the Titans used to play for Texas and were called the Huston Oilers. Back then they were a forced to be reckoned with as they picked up two AFL Championships and later joined the NFL as part of the merger with the AFL in 1970. In 1997 the team relocated to Tennessee and started playing at the Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis, but that was for just one season. The name change to “Titans” took place in 1999. Today the Titans may not be one of the top three teams in the NFL, but they have proven to have the ability to win a couple of games when you least expect it. So, you can never really count them out!

Watch the Tennessee Titans Online Officially

If you want to stream the Titans online, then you should start with their official website ( We admit that it’s not the best looking official website, but it certainly gets the job done. Though you will be able to stream the previous game’s highlights, a couple of interviews and catch sight of the team’s hot cheerleaders you can’t live stream a game from here, not even if you were willing to pay. The other downside is that there is no official app for the team so you’ve got to fire up your browser each time which can be cumbersome on a smartphone. That said who can complain as much as we do when something like this is free!


Sling Lets You Live Stream the Tennessee Titans Online

When it comes to streaming live games, you simply cannot beat what Sling TV offers. Sling TV is for people who want to watch the Tennessee Titans live but don’t want to get stuck with a cable subscription. When you subscribe to Sling TV, you get access to ESPN 1 & 2, so you’re covered for nearly man of the games the Titans play. However, if you want to be covered for 100% of the games, we suggest you upgrade to the “Orange + Blue” package for $40 a month that way you also get Fox Sports, NFL Network, NBC and many many more. But if you’re not that rich or are still paying for your college tuition the basic package at $20 should cut it just don’t forget to download and install the Sling TV app on your smartphone or tablet computer.

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Watch Titans Games Without Cable and Live with DirecTV NOW

Watching the Titans live is easier than ever even if you only have an internet connection. DirecTV Now’s service is a service that has all the channels you’re looking for. SEC Network, Fox News and of course you’ll be able to stream all Titans games easily all for $35 a month. You should grab the 7 day free trial because why wouldn’t you? You get most cable channels along with that price and can even add HBO for 5 bucks more.

If the Titans Game is on CBS, Stream it Online with CBS All Access

If the Titans game is on CBS in your local broadcast area, you can stream it online with CBS All Access. This is a service offered by the network for $6 a month, giving you access to all CBS content, which can be cancelled at any time.

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Other Ways of Streaming the Tennessee Titans

  • Playstation Vue is a more expensive version of Sling with access to most channels so you’ll get almost all Titans games.
  • Verizon Wireless customers get an app for free that allows you to stream the Titans game when it’s on Thursday or Monday night (or the playoffs but haha)
  • Go to the game and have a beer! It’s like live streaming directly into your FACE.

Avoid Illegal Live Sports Streams

The methods discussed above are 100% legal and ethical. However, beware of the many free and paid streaming websites run by pirates in foreign countries. Viruses are a big part of how these sites make their money so watch out for those too. It’s never a good idea to pirate NFL games to save a buck because then you’ll have to deal with an army of lawyers which is not cheap!