How does Tennessee Titans QB Ryan Tannehill rank versus his AFC South peers?
The final weekend before training camp begins for the Tennessee Titans is behind us, and it’s time to get serious. It’s time to build a roster that will potentially deliver on all of those promises that the Titans have, no doubt, made to themselves.
This team has literally, via free agency or the NFL Draft, gone out and added everything that they were lacking a season ago. They found a right tackle. They added guys in the secondary. They found guys to complement Derrick Henry in Tennessee’s backfield, and yes, they found another weapon for Ryan Tannehill, a wide receiver that will play opposite of A.J. Brown and wreak havoc on the football world.
The Titans finished 9-7 to close out the 2019-2020 season, and they played their way into the AFC Championship Game. They wound up with a mark of 11-5 a year later during the 2020-2021 campaign, but they went one and done in the postseason.
Might they put it all together in 2021? There’s reason to believe that they can, but no one is giving the Titans any credit. Everyone knows that they have a top-flight receiving corps, but their coach, Mike Vrabel, gets no credit and neither does Tannehill. Fear not if you’re a fan of this team. The Tennessee Titans are going to be fine. So will Tannehill, and here’s some proof.
Here’s how he stacks up versus the rest of his fellow signal-callers in the division. Consider this your AFC South quarterback power ranking.