NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans did the right thing in the spring re-signing Ryan Tannehill based on a limited body of work.

I believed that on March 15, when they secured his services with a four-year, $119 million deal that also shapes up like a three-year $91 million deal.

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Pool photo, Tennessee Titans, Alison McNabb.

Even with the long-term commitment, I figured there was regression ahead.

Tannehill was fresh off a season where he joined Joe Montana and Sammy Baugh as the first quarterbacks in league history with a completion percentage over 70 percent and a yards per completion number over 9.

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