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Titans by the Numbers

Posted by Gary Glenn on February 15, 2013 – 4:12 pm

Lions Titans Football10
The overall pick the Titans own in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft. The franchise has never owned the 10th overall pick since the the “common draft” began in 1967.

17
Titans players from 2012 scheduled to become unrestricted free agents on March 12.

488
The combined 2012 winning percentage of the teams the Titans will face in 2013. It is the 23rd ranked strength of schedule among 32 teams for 2013.

8
Number of wins the Titans need to reach 400 all-time wins as a franchise.

144
Consecutive sellout streak for Titans games at LP Field—every preseason, regular season and postseason game since the stadium opened in 1999.

92
Combined number of games played by the 2012 Titans rookie class, including 26 total starts.

15
Wins by Mike Munchak from 2011-12, tied for the third-highest total in franchise history by a head coach in his first two full seasons on the job.

3
Touchdown runs of 80 yards or longer by Chris Johnson in 2012, giving him six-such runs in his career. No other player in NFL history has more than three in his career.

6
Number of starting offensive line combinations the Titans used in 2012 due to injuries.

19
Team-high quarterback pressures in 2012 by defensive end Derrick Morgan, who also led the Titans with 6.5 sacks.

1
NFL rookie in 2012—Titans linebacker Zach Brown—to finish the season ranked among the top five rookies in both interceptions (his three interceptions tied for fourth) and sacks (his 5.5 sacks tied for fifth).

64
Receptions in 2012 by rookie wide receiver Kendall Wright to tie for first among all NFL rookies (Justin Blackmon) and finish second in franchise history among rookies (72 by Bill Groman in 1960).

1,650
Combined punt and kickoff return yardage total by Darius Reynaud in 2012, which led the NFL and qualified as the third-highest total in team history.


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