"Titan Up" was created by three men with good credentials in the music business, The Nashville Tennessean reported.
Wayne Kirkpatrick is a Grammy winner best known for "Change The World," while Chris Harris is a writer-producer who has worked with Loretta Lynn, Stevie Ray Vaughan and CeCe Winans. Matt Huesmann, also a writer-producer, is involved in contemporary Christian music.
The song is appropriately fierce:
"You can hear us, up in the stands/Roarin' like a marchin' band/Beatin' the chairs, stompin' the ground/The place is on fire.
"Smash and Dash doin' their thing/Movin' the ball, movin' the chains/Drivin' it home, into the zone/Down to the wire.
"We've come this fire, we'll push on through/And do what we were born to do (So Titan Up)."
The Titans have a 13-3 record for the season so far, tying their previous franchise record for wins. They have home-field advantage during the playoffs, including Saturday's game with the Baltimore Ravens.
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