4 best quarterbacks Titans will face during 2024 NFL season

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The Tennessee Titans have an up-and-coming young quarterback in Will Levis, who is entering his second season with the franchise. The hope is that ultimately Levis will develop into one of the most elite signal-callers in the entire NFL. In the meantime, the Titans will get a first-hand look at some of top QBs in the league in 2024, including these four guys:

C.J. Stroud, Houston Texans

Like Levis, C.J. Stroud is entering his second season in the NFL, but unlike Levis, Stroud has already firmly established himself as one of the best young QBs in the league. Stroud burst onto the scene as a rookie and led the Texans to the Divisional Round for the first time since 2019. He was named the NFL's Offensive Rookie of the Year as a result of his productive play, and he also was named to the Pro Bowl; a pretty unique distinction for a first-year player.

Stroud threw for over 4,100 yards and 23 touchdowns as a rookie, and he also added three rushing touchdowns. Understandably. expectations are sky-high for Stroud heading into his sophomore campaign. Since they're in the same division, the Titans will have to face off against Stroud and the Texans twice next season -- once at home and once on the road.

Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills

The Bills drafted Josh Allen in the first round in 2018, and he's been an extremely productive player ever since. He's made two Pro Bowls (so far), and he was named Second-team All-Pro in 2020. Most importantly, the Bills have made the playoffs every single season since Allen became the team's starting signal-caller. While the team hasn't been able to push through a make a Super Bowl appearance yet, they've been in the contender conversation every year.

Allen has excellent physical tools for a QB, and he makes it extremely tough on opposing defenses thanks to his ability to both throw darts and run the ball with strength and speed. At some point next season, Tennessee's defense will be tasked with slowing him down.