Titans sell out home games for 11th straight year

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Tennessee Titans on Saturday continued their sellout streak for home games for the 11th year.

Team executive vice president of administration and facilities Don MacLachlan said it took about 3 hours to sell out the 3,000 or so single game tickets for the season. That makes 114 straight games sold out - every game ever played on LP Field since it opened in 1999.

Tickets for the game against the Indianapolis Colts, with former Vols star Peyton Manning, sold "very, very quickly" while three games in cold December were the last to sell.

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