Marcus Mariota is gone, and now the Titans fans have a new QB to cheer for in Ryan Tannehill.
Better yet, they have a QB that was one of the best in the NFL last year in his 13 games with the Tennessee Titans. As the perfect fit for the Titans offense, Tannehill found a nice groove as the QB and part-time OC.
Now it is time for him to take his years of experience at the QB position and his year of experience in this system and help the offense take a step forward in 2020. With a great understanding of what he thrives doing and what the offense does best, Tannehill should be able to lead every position around him.
This is going to be the first time in what feels like decades that the Titans go into the season with a QB who didn’t miss time with injury, the same play caller from the year before and some momentum on offense.
Tannehill is already leading off the field by reaching out and organizing workout, now he needs to do his best to those around him. Best case scenario, Tannehill shows rookie Cole McDonald how a QB is supposed to prepare and how to best use his athleticism in the NFL.