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Your 2010 Tennessee Titans NFL Schedule

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The whole world will get to watch the Titans play on National TV twice, Week 6 against the Jags on Monday Night Football, and Week 14 against the Colts on Thursday Night Football. After the jump, some more facts about the schedule from (all times central)

1 Sun, Sept. 12 vs. Oakland Raiders CBS 12 p.m.
2 Sun, Sept. 19 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers CBS 12 p.m.
3 Sun, Sept. 26 at New York Giants CBS 12 p.m.
4 Sun, Oct. 3 vs. Denver Broncos CBS 12 p.m.
5 Sun, Oct. 10 at Dallas Cowboys CBS 3:15 p.m.
6 Mon, Oct. 18 at Jacksonville Jaguars ESPN 7:30 p.m.
7 Sun, Oct. 24 vs. Philadelphia Eagles FOX 12 p.m.
8 Sun, Oct. 31 at San Diego Chargers CBS 3:05 p.m.
9 Bye
10 Sun, Nov. 14 at Miami Dolphins CBS 12 p.m.
11 Sun, Nov. 21 vs. Washington Redskins FOX 12 p.m.
12 Sun, Nov. 28 at Houston Texans CBS 12 p.m.
13 Sun, Dec. 5 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars CBS 12 p.m.
14 Thu, Dec. 9 vs. Indianapolis Colts NFLN 7:20 p.m.
15 Sun, Dec. 19 vs. Houston Texans CBS 12 p.m.
16 Sun, Dec. 26 at Kansas City Chiefs CBS 12 p.m.
17 Sun, Jan. 2 at Indianapolis Colts CBS

12 p.m.

The Titans 2010 schedule contains several interesting stories:


· The schedule features five total games against four playoff teams: Indianapolis (twice), Dallas, Philadelphia and San Diego

· The Titans will play the New York Giants in the new Meadowlands Stadium on September 26th.

· The Titans will make their first regular season trip to Dallas since 2002 and first regular season game in Cowboys Stadium.

· The Eagles and Redskins will make their first appearances in Nashville since 2002.

· Five of the final six games are against division opponents.

· The Titans carry a nine game winning streak against the NFC into the 2010 season.

· The Titans regular season finale will be at Indianapolis for the third time in four years.

· This will be the latest bye week for the Titans since the 2005 season.

· The Titans and Raiders have become familiar opponents as they face-off for the ninth time (regular season and post season) over the last 12 years.

San Diego and Tennessee will face each other for the fifth consecutive season, dating back to 2006.