The Eagles boast a winning record versus the Tennessee Titans, but that’s only a small part of the story.
Philadelphia will welcome the Tennesse Titans to the Linc for Week 13th of the NFL season. That one is scheduled for early December, and the Eagles will look to extend their 7-5 advantage in the all-time series. There’s just one thing that needs to be stated. Six of those seven wins came prior to 2000, when the Titans were still playing in Houston and calling themselves the Oilers.
The Titans have taken five of the past six meetings including three losses in Philadelphia.
The Eagles outscored what was then the Houston Oilers by a 145-101-point margin from 19725 to 1994. The most notable meeting was the House of Pain Game in 1991. The Eagle’s defense shut down one of the most explosive offenses that year, one led by Hall-of-Famer Warren Moon, to earn a 13-6 victory.
Philly’s last win, their only win over the ‘Titans’, came on November 23rd of 2014. Philadelphia earned a 43-24 home win. LeSean McCoy ran all over Tennessee’s defense in that one to the tune of 130 rushing yards and one touchdown.
Here’s another nugget of added significance, one that you may have heard. This is a revenge game for A.J. Brown (though he’ll never call it one). He wasn’t exactly happy with how things ended in Nashville, and you can best believe he’ll be counting down the days and have this one circled on his calendar.