As the Tennessee Titans get set to start their third practice of the 2013 training camp schedule, there are some numbers of interest that might not be the most publicized parts of this season’s camp, so it’s time to share those.
32- The number of consecutive years Mike Munchak has spent as a member of the Oilers/Titans organization as a player and coach since he was selected in the first round of the 1982 NFL Draft.
88- The combined 2012 winning percentage of the teams the Titans will face on their 2013 schedule. It’s the 23rd ranked strength of schedule among the 32 team league.
144- The number of consecutive sellouts for the Titans at L.P. Field, which includes every preseason, regular season and post season game since the stadium opened in 1999.
8- The number of regular season wins the Titans need to reach 400 all-time regular season wins as a franchise.
92- The combined number of games played by the 2012 Titans rookie class, including 26 total starts.
15- The number of wins by Mike Munchak from 2011-112, tied for the third highest total in franchise history by a head coach in his first two full seasons on the job.
3- The number of touchdown runs of 80 yards or longer by Chris Johnson in 2012, giving him six such runs in his career. No player in NFL history has more than three in his career.
19- The team leading quarterback pressures in 2012 by defensive end Derrick Morgan. He also led the team with 6.5 sacks.
64- The number of receptions in 2012 by rookie first round receiver Kendall Wright to tie for first among all NFL rookies (Justin Blackmon) and finished second in franchise history among rookies (72 by Billy Groman in 1960)
17- The number of free agents the Titans signed for the end of February through the third week of June.
1-The number of NFL rookies in 2012 to finish the season ranked among the top five rookies in both interceptions (his three interceptions tied for fourth) and sacks (his 5.5 sacks tied for fifth) was the Titans linebacker Zach Brown.
15- The number of consecutive seasons a Titans running back has rushed for 1,000 yards. In 2012 Chris Johnson recorded his fifth consecutive season reaching that mark. The Titans streak began in 1996 when rookie running back Eddie George accomplished the feat. George would add six more 1,000 seasons to the list. Following George, Chris Brown (2004), Travis Henry (2005-06), LenDale White (2007) and Johnson (2008-12) have contributed to the run. The New York Jets are currently second to the Titans streak with 14 consecutive season.