The 2014 Tennessee Titans schedule was announced tonight as the road to Super Bowl XLIX in Phoenix, Arizona begins on the road in Kansas City. Aside from AFC South division games against the Colts, Jaguars and Texans, the Titans will play two primetime games against the Steelers and in Jacksonville. Tennessee will play mainly the NFC East and AFC North with dates against the AFC West champs Chiefs and AFC East (Jets).

All home games listed in bold.

Week 1: Sept 7 – Titans @ Kansas City – Arrowhead Stadium (1pm) CBS

Week 2: Sept 14 – Dallas @ Titans – LP Field (1pm) FOX

Week 3: Sept 21 – Titans @ Cincinnati – Paul Brown Stadium (1pm) CBS

Week 4: Sept 28 – Titans @ Indianapolis – Lucus Oil Stadium (1pm) CBS

Week 5: Oct 5 – Cleveland @ Titans – LP Field (1pm) CBS

Week 6: Oct 12 – Jaguars @ Titans – LP Field (1pm) CBS

Week 7: Oct 19 – Titans @ Washington – FedEx Field (1pm) CBS

Week 8: Oct 26 – Houston @ Titans – LP Field (1pm) FOX

Week 9: BYE

Week 10: Nov 9 – Titans @ Ravens – M&T Bank Stadium (1pm) CBS

Week 11: Nov 17 – Steelers @ Titans – LP Field (8:30 pm) ESPN

Week 12: Nov 23 – Titans @ Philadelphia – Lincoln Financial Field (1pm) CBS

Week 13: Nov 30 – Titans @ Houston – Reliant Stadium (1pm) CBS

Week 14: Dec 7 – NY Giants @ Titans – LP Field (1pm) FOX

Week 15: Dec 14 – NY Jets @ Titans – LP Field (4:05pm) CBS

Week 16: Dec 18 – Titans @ Jacksonville – EverBank Field (8:25pm) NFLN

Week 17: Dec 28 – Indianapolis @ Titans – LP Field (1pm) CBS

PRESEASON

Week 1: Green Bay @ Titans

Week 2: Titans @ New Orleans

Week 3: Titans @ Atlanta

Week 4: Minnesota @ Titans

The Titans’ 2013 campaign ended with a slightly improved 6-10 record from a year before. Finishing second in the AFC South Division, however it wasn’t enough as they missed the playoffs for the fifth consecutive season.

For more information on securing your Titans season or single game tickets, visit titansonline.com or call 615-565-4200.

Photo courtesy of Donn Jones Photography, AP.

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