Ranking every QB Tennessee Titans are expected to face in 2021

Patrick Mahomes #15, Kansas City Chiefs (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
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The Tennessee Titans also draw a legend and maybe two legends in the making.

6. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers, Week 15: Ben Roethlisberger is an NFL legend and a future first-ballot Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee, but thanks to injury and age, he hasn’t played like it as of late. Still, even with that being said, there’s no way he’s not in the top ten on this list.

5. Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals, Week 1: The only thing that we can really criticize about Aaron Murray at this point of his career is the one thing coaching will never fix, his height. Maybe you haven’t watched a ton of Arizona Cardinals football, but it wouldn’t be a bad idea. This young man is worth the price of admission. a handful for opposing defenses, and unfortunately, the first QB Tennessee draws in 2021.

4. Deshaun Watson, Houston Texans, Weeks 11 and 18: Personal feelings that you may have about him aside, if we keep the conversation strictly about football, as is the case here, there aren’t too many men walking with more physical talent than Deshaun Watson. Magic can happen on any given play. There isn’t a game that’s unwinnable if the Houston Texans have him under center.

Well, on second thought, we don’t know that. They’ve pretty much robbed him of any help that he had. We’ll have to wait and see if he’s available in Week 11 and Week 18, but if he is, expect fireworks.