Ranking every QB Tennessee Titans are expected to face in 2021

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Here are the top three quarterbacks the Tennessee Titans will face in 2021.

3. Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills, Week 6:

Josh Allen looked like he was the truth when he entered the league and has only gotten better in each of his first three seasons. If there was ever a guy that was born to play for an NFL team, this is the scenario. This guy should be in Buffalo with the Bills Mafia.

Josh Allen, if he stays healthy is destined for a phenomenal career in the NFL. Don’t be shocked if you’re hearing MVP discussions at the season’s end.

2. Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks, Week 2:

How Russell Wilson didn’t get an MVP vote is still a head-scratcher. Sure, he was carried by Marshawn Lynch and the vaunted Legion of Boom early, but with their departures, the onus of carrying this team fell squarely on the shoulders of Mr. Wilson, and he’s carried this Seattle Seahawks franchise and the 12th Man ever since.

If that doesn’t say ‘value’, it’s hard to determine what does.

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1. Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs, Week 7:

Well, this probably comes as a surprise to no one. Patrick Mahomes is entering his fourth season as the Kansas City Chiefs’ full-time starter, and he’s already one of the best the game has ever seen.

The last time we saw him, it was a bad day versus the G.O.A.T., Tom Brady, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but this guy, if he stays healthy is going to win for a long time and, possibly shatter a few records and win another Vince Lombardi Trophy while he’s at it.