Vikings fans better pack up and return their #84 jerseys. The past few weeks have made Randy Moss look like a shiny metal pinball, bouncing around the arcade game that is the NFL. This past Monday, Brad Childress informed team mates that less than a month after joining the Minnesota Vikings, Moss would be waived. Whether it was his much criticized mooning of Packers fans during a touchdown celebration, negative comments about the team after a loss to the Patriots, or his angry tirade at a caterer in the locker room, we’ll never know.

Yesterday, Moss made a move again, this time getting claimed off waivers by the Tennessee Titans. As we’ve done before, we have setup a Randy Moss tracker, which will update dynamically to follow the movement of Titans tickets over the rest of the season.

—-> Click Here for the Randy Moss Tracker (tracking Tennessee Titans ticket price movements daily)

Here are the average ticket prices for upcoming Titans home games to setup a benchmark to track against moving forward.

Interesting points:

  • Tennessee Titans ticket prices are quite high, averaging $167.25 for their remaining home games.
  • The highest priced Titans home game is when they face the Indianapolis Colts on 12/9/2010.
  • Titans overall average ticket prices for the season are ranked at #16 , well below the Vikings at #7 on our NFL Ticket Prices & Rankings.

Average Tennessee Titans Ticket Prices for the 2010 Season (as of 11/4/2010)

Tennessee Titans Tickets

We’ll continue to track how Tennessee Titans ticket prices move over the season, but in the meantime you can watch the hilarious Randy Moss: One Clap video below. Let us know what you think in the comments below or on Twitter @SeatGeek.