An “A” might be a little overboard in the eyes of some Titans fans, considering Tannehill did throw an interception, but honestly, I feel comfortable giving him that grade.
Outside of that interception (and a couple of fumbles which were retained by the Titans), Tannehill played a damn-near flawless game, going 23-of-29 for 312 yards and two touchdowns. I expected him to be more of a game manager in this game; instead he was a game-changer.
He clearly showed that he was not afraid of making mistakes, throwing passes into tight windows, and not being afraid to throw it short of the first down marker and trusting his receivers to make plays after the catch, which more often than not, they did.
All in all, despite the few blemishes, Tannehill had the most complete game of the season for a Titans quarterback, and in my eyes, has now locked up the starting quarterback position at least for the remainder of the season.