No. 1 strength on the Titans roster in 2023: Quarterback
Wait, you might be wondering how quarterback can be a strength for the Titans in 2023 even though Ryan Tannehill isn't getting any younger, and rookie Will Levis might need time before he's ready to step into the NFL field. The truth is that there are several question marks at the position but also several reasons for optimism next season.
Tannehill wasn't great last year but he wasn't a slouch either. The Titan's lack of talent at wide receiver affected the veteran quarterback but with a revamped offensive line, he could post solid numbers, especially if sophomore Treylon Burks improves in 2023.
Also, rookies Tyjae Spears and tight end Josh Whiley should get lots of playing time early in the season and if they can develop quickly, they'll give Tannehill a couple of solid options in the passing game.
While there's still a chance the Titans will move Tannehill before the 2023 season, they might be better off keeping him for at least one more season. Besides giving them the best chance to win games, his presence will allow the coaching staff to not pressed Levis into action before he's ready. The alternative is to go with Malik Willis, a third-round pick in last year's draft, who showed he still needs to refine his game before he's considered a legitimate option at quarterback.
It seems like it's a matter of time before Levis takes the reins but 2023 might not be the year. Instead, expect Tannehill to throw close to 4,000 yards and avoid big mistakes while Levis and Willis keep working on getting better. And all things considered, that's a pretty good scenario.