Ranking every QB Tennessee Titans are expected to face in 2021

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The Tennessee Titans will face the top two picks in the 2021 NFL Draft.

14. Zach Wilson 4, New York Jets, Week 4: Hey, you can stack your lists however you like. On this one, guys who have never played a down of NFL football don’t outrank the guys who have, and it doesn’t matter how high they were drafted or how much fanfare they had when they came into the league.

13. Trevor Lawrence, Jacksonville Jaguars, Weeks 5 and 14: Trevor Lawrence has that ‘it quality’ about him. He’s like Andrew Luck in that both are as close to a sure thing as an NFL prospect at the quarterback position can be, but before we all lose our minds, how about we let him play a game first?

12. Tua Tagovailoa, Miami Dolphins, Week 17: There’s no Ryan Fitzpatrick or anyone else to make this young man look over his shoulder unless of course, you’re a big Jacoby Brissett fan. The Tua Tagovailoa era is officially underway in South Beach. No, for real this time.

11. Carson Wentz, Indianapolis Colts, Weeks 3 and 8: Remove that near-MVP season from Carson Wentz’s resume, and you won’t like the numbers. He’s 24-30-1. Now, if we were talking about anyone else, that would be inexcusable.

The question that remains is as follows. Is the real Carson Wentz that guy we saw in 2017, or is it the guy we’ve watched in every other game? He has a chance to resurrect his career in Indianapolis with Frank Reich.