Why the Tennessee Titans are pretty lucky when it comes to their QB situation.
The Tennessee Titans did a great job preemptively protecting their season when GM Jon Robinson traded a 4th round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft for Ryan Tannehill this offseason.
I think there is an increasingly great chance that Titans fans will see Tannehill in Nashville again next year, the only question is what sort of deal can they strike with a QB that is playing well but probably isn’t the long-term answer.
With six weeks left to evaluate Tannehill and his short or long-term fit in Tennessee, but that isn’t the only place Robinson and company will be looking.
I’m sure you have already heard, but the number of QBs that are potentially set to be available this offseason is impressive. For the first time in a long time, there may be a surplus of quarterbacks on the market that benefits teams with a need at the position.
Let’s break that down a little bit.