Five Reasons for Continued Success in Tennessee

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Five Reasons for Continued Success in Tennessee

When the team was first born (officially as the Tennessee Titans) in 1999, they burst on the scene with a Superbowl appearance against the "greatest show on turf", the St. Louis Rams.

Every Titans fan remembers the bitter taste in their mouth after the beautifully orchestrated, methodical drive in the last seconds of the Superbowl, led by the late Steve McNair (R.I.P.), only to see Kevin Dyson come up inches short of sending Superbowl XXXIV into overtime.

Despite this disappointing Superbowl appearance, Tennessee has remained a dominant AFC contender, making it to the playoffs six out of 10 years of existence and only having three losing seasons.

After achieving the first seed in the AFC for the NFL playoffs in 2008, a disappointing loss after a first round bye to their bitter rivals, the Baltimore Ravens, yet again left Tennessee fans wondering, will they make it back to a Superbowl? Here are five reasons why they will.

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