Nashville, TN – There have been only 12 all-time matchups in the regular season between the Titans and Packers. The Titans, who hold a 7-5 advantage in the series, have won the only three meetings that have been played at Nissan Stadium.
The two clubs have played nearly as many times in the preseason as the regular season. In 11 matchups, the Titans lead the preseason series 8-3. Beginning in 2002, the Titans and Packers met in eight consecutive preseasons, with the Titans earning a 6-2 record in those games.
The Titans and Packers last met on November 13th, 2016 at Nissan Stadium.
The Titans won by a final score of 47-25, tying for the 11th best single-game point total in Titans/Oilers history and recording the club’s biggest output since a 47-point outing versus the St. Louis Rams on Dec. 13, 2009. Then second-year quarterback Marcus Mariota threw for 295 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions (149.8 passer rating) in the win.
The last time the Titans and Packers last met at Lambeau Field was December 23rd, 2012. The temperature at kickoff was 24 degrees with a wind chill of 14. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was unfazed, passing for 342 yards and three touchdowns and rushing for another score, as his team coasted to a 55-7 victory. It became the third largest margin of defeat in Titans/Oilers history.
On November 2nd, 2008, the two clubs went to overtime in a memorable tilt at Nissan Stadium. Rob Bironas made a 41-yard field goal in overtime to give the Titans the win after hitting the upright on a 47-yard attempt at the end of regulation.
Overall, each team has fared slightly better on the road than at home against the other, with the Titans owning a 4-2 record at Lambeau Field and the Packers building a 3-3 record at Houston/Tennessee. The trend began with the first ever Oilers-Packers game on November 19th, 1972, three seasons into the NFL-AFL merger. In that game, played at the Houston Astrodome, the Packers won 23-10.
Titans-Packers Most Recent Matchups
2004 Week 5 • Oct. 11th, 2004 • TITANS 48 at Packers 27
In front of a national audience on Monday Night Football, the Titans score the most points in history by an opponent at Lambeau Field. Chris Brown tallies over 100 yards before halftime and scores on the Titans’ first two possessions. With a 27-13 advantage to start the third quarter, the duo of Steve McNair and Eddie Berlin connect for an 11-yard score to further the lead.
Tennessee seals the victory when Drew Bennett receives a lateral from McNair and hits Derrick Mason for a 26-yard touchdown pass. The defense holds Green Bay to 35 rushing yards and forces six turnovers.
2008 Week 9 • Nov. 2nd, 2008 • Packers 16 at TITANS 19 (OT)
After his potential game-winning, 47-yard field goal bounces off the right upright on the final play of regulation, kicker Rob Bironas nails a 41-yarder in overtime for the win. Chris Johnson accounts for 45 of the Titans’ 55 yards in the 10-play, overtime drive—the only possession in overtime.
Despite allowing 390 total yards, the Titans defense makes two fourth-down stops and keeps the Packers out of the end zone on three of four trips to the red zone, including an interception in the end zone by safety Chris Hope.
2012 Week 16 • Dec. 23rd, 2012 • Titans 7 at PACKERS 55
The Packers score the game’s first 55 points before Jake Locker completes a two-yard touchdown pass to Kenny Britt. The Titans suffer the third-highest margin of defeat in team history. Aaron Rodgers passes for
342 yards and three touchdowns and scores one of Green Bay’s four rushing touchdowns. Ryan Grant adds two rushing touchdowns for the Packers, who win the net yardage battle 460 to 180.
2016 Week 10 • Nov. 13th, 2016 • Packers 25 at TITANS 47
Marcus Mariota passes for 295 and four touchdowns. The Titans score the game’s first 21 points in the first quarter. DeMarco Murray scores on a 75-yard run on the Titans’ first offensive play. Murray totals 123 rushing yards and also throw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Delanie Walker. Aaron Rodgers passes for 371 yards but throws two interceptions and is sacked five times. The Titans’ 47 points are their most in a game since 2009.