NASHVILLE, Tenn. – His awful four-interception performance Sunday – aided by others on the Titans’ offense for sure – dropped Ryan Tannehill’s season passer rating nearly 5 points.

“At the end of the day, it all falls squarely upon me,” he said. “I have to be better.”Ryan Tannehill

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The defense keyed two wins in three games since Derrick Henry went down and those are the results that matter. But Tannehill has not yet taken on more, and Tennessee will need him to if this season is going to have anything close to the happy ending that is in the franchise’s plans.

He’s trending in the wrong direction since the Titans lost Derrick Henry to a foot injury.

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