Tennessee Titans potential trade targets that are still interesting

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Could the Tennessee Titans lure Gardner Minshew away from a rival?

Here’s something that you haven’t heard in a while: ‘Minshew Mania’. So, let’s just say the unthinkable happens, and something tragic happens to Ryan Tannehill from an injury standpoint. What then? Which one sounds better? Are you riding with ‘Minshew Mania 2.0’, or are you placing the hopes of a potential playoff push or run in the hands of DeShone Kizer or Logan Woodside?

It seems like there shouldn’t be anything to worry about with keeping Tannehill healthy because his offensive line is amazing, and 20 times a game, he needs to only exist in the two seconds that occur between taking the snap from center and handing the ball to Derrick Henry.

You never know though. This is a rough game that these guys play, and a look around the Tennessee Titans fan base and a few NFL media circles will make something very plain very quickly. No one is excited about what the Titans have as second and third options at the quarterback position.

Would they consider bringing a rival to town? Why not? You have to admit that knowing they’d have Gardner Minshew in their back pocket sounds a lot better than this coin flip between Kizer and Woodside.

Plus, the knowledge that the Jacksonville Jaguars have added Trevor Lawrence could mean the Jags use Minshew as trade bait. The question is whether or not he’d be interested in a lateral move.