Ryan Tannehill Effect on The Titans, The Sacks Allowed And The Depth Issue

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The difference between a rookie quarterback with upside and an established veteran was evident with Ryan Tannehill playing quarterback and giving the Titans a chance to win despite poor offensive line play.

I felt Tannehill played well and also gave the team a calming presence.

Ryan Tannehill runs against the Seahawks
Ryan Tannehill runs vs. the Seahawks/ Courtesy Tennessee Titans

This is not to say Tannehill is better than Will Levis, but this is a game from which Levis can learn a lot from Tannehill, particularly in terms of ball placement.

Derrick Henry (19-88 and a TD)was very good and probably didn’t have his number called enough.  

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