Here are the Tennessee Titans’ pros and cons.
The benefit of this trade is pretty clear. If the Tennessee Titans made a move for Rodgers they would get a quarterback fresh off of an MVP season who won’t be 40 until the playoffs are about to start during the 2023 season.
Another interesting wrinkle is that Rodgers would be entering what is essentially a copy of the Green Bay Packers offensive roster. The Titans and Packers both run the same zone blocking/heavy play-action offense, with a Pro Bowl receiver and a Pro Bowl running back.
The only difference is that instead of Davante Adams (9.2 yards per target) and Aaron Jones (5.5 yards per attempt, you get A.J. Brown (10.1 yards per target) and Derrick Henry (5.4 yards per attempt).
With a defense that has now been built to be opportunistic and aggressive, Rodgers would be a perfect fit on this roster in almost every sense.
The cons all come down to cost, draft picks lost, locker room culture, and age.
Assuming that modern QBs can now stay healthy and viable until 40 and then it is a year-to-year proposition from there, you are trading seven years of Tannehill for three years of Rodgers.
On top of that, you are losing the option of landing draft steals like Jeffery Simmons and Caleb Farley on cheap, five-year deals if you give up two first-round picks.
Is he worth all of that?