The Houston Oilers and Boston Patriots were charter members of the American Football League in 1960. It's a big task to go out and win a playoff game and play against a good team, divisional round.
The Patriots are a staggering 32-1 in those 33 games. The Patriots were off last week after clinching the #1 seed in the AFC, but there was still news out of the Northeast.
While the Titans' new dynamic duo may be downplaying how much their impact is on the offense's success, teammates are quick to point it out.
Earlier Tuesday, Brady reacted strongly to the claim he was involved in moving Garoppolo, who won five straight games for his new team down the stretch of the season.
Unsurprisingly, the Patriots, who had a first-round bye and home advantage, are the favourites ahead of Saturday's game.
Tennessee had a shot at the end as Drew Bennett caught two passes from Steve McNair in the final two minutes, but a third pass to Bennett fell incomplete on fourth-and-12, ending the drive. Mariota ran under the ball and caught it for a touchdown.More news: Seahawks to play road game in London against Raiders
The last time the Titans traveled to New England in the regular season was December 20th, 2015. A reliable player on special teams, Flowers came on strong for the Patriots' defense at the end of the season, racking up 3.5 sacks and 14 combined tackles over the last two games of the regular season.
Since 2001, quarterbacks making their first or second career playoff start are 0-7 against New England. Defensively, the Patriots are yielding 18.5 points and 366.0 total yards (251.2 in passing and 114.8 in rushing) per game.
Strunk credited Mularkey and Robinson with changing the culture of the organization and said she's so happy they've been able to win 19 games over the past two seasons, including the first playoff victory since January 3, 2004.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - It's time to see just how close the Tennessee Titans are to being a true championship contender. Unexpected snow blankets the Gillette Stadium field during pregame. He is also just the fifth quarterback since 1999 to record a touchdown pass and reception in the same game. Chris Johnson rushes for 128 yards on 17 carries for the Titans.
It's hardly going out on a limb by saying that the Tennessee Titans have zero chance of winning on Saturday night in Foxboro. The Patriots have definitely taken notice of that mismatch, and will probably exploit it with Rob Gronkowski on Saturday night. But a loss to this Titans team - whose minus-22 point differential this season is dwarfed by the Patriots' plus-162 margin - would be even more improbable than all of those results.