Winner No. 2: Ryan Tannehill
Like Henry, Ryan Tannehill had his share of struggles in the first half.
He did lead the Titans on a long drive on their second possession of the game, which was capped by a 13-yard touchdown pass to Adam Humphries.
On the very next possession, however, he would fumble the ball away on a sack on the first play of the third possession of the game, which thankfully didn’t hurt the Titans after a blocked field goal.
Tannehill was sacked a total of five times in the first half (six times overall), and he really struggled to move the football in the first two quarters.
In the second half, he helped lead the Titans’ two scoring drives on their first two possessions.
After a Jacoby Brissett interception in the fourth quarter, Tannehill would throw his second touchdown of the game on a beautifully ran play-action pass, finding wide receiver Kalif Raymond on a post pattern for the game-clinching touchdown.
Tannehill finished the game 17-of-22 for 182 yards and two touchdowns.
This was not even close to being his best performance of the season, but aside from the one blemish and taking multiple sacks, he had himself a solid game.