Tennessee Titans: 5 Most Impressive Players So Far
1. Ryan Tannehill, 1,590 yards, 15 TD’s, 68.5% completion
Ryan Tannehill won the Comeback Player of the Year award in 2019 and was rewarded with a very generous contract extension. What has Tannehill done in Year 2 as the Titans starter? Exceeded expectations once again.
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Tannehill once again has an above-average completion percentage of 68.5%, proving that he is an accurate and consistent passer. Tannehill has also completed 15 TD passes compared to only 2 INT’s. These numbers show a QB who doesn’t set the world on fire through the air, but he’s is incredibly efficient and avoids costly mistakes that have plagued Titan QB’s in the past.
The Titans’ signal-caller is also averaging 265 pass yards per game, a solid 40 yards per game ahead of his 2019 pace. Keep in mind A.J. Brown and Corey Davis, Tannehill’s top WR’s, have only played together for 2 of the Titans 6 games to this point.
While the impact of Derrick Henry is abundantly clear, nobody has made a bigger difference to the heart and soul of this team than Ryan Tannehill. Even Henry, who has a case for the MVP award in his own right, has come out and proclaimed that Tannehill is playing at an MVP level.
Anyone who had reservations about Tannehill as the starting QB should hopefully be convinced by now. The Titans are in a good spot, with a great QB and RB leading the way.