No,, they are not the same and often confused.
The Deed is the actual legal and physical evidence (document stating "this Deed") and is valid and enforceable.
Title is the legal term commonly used to explain the intricacy of property ownership. Title shows who has right or claims to the property and right of possession.
So, to make it simple the Deed says who owns the property and the Title shows if any liens, city violations, right of possession, easements and encroachments, mortgages, etc; exist against the property
Deed and Title go hand and hand. The only way to convey title legally is with a deed.