Ryan Tannehill, Malik Willis and the mentoring debate

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nobody wants Ryan Tannehill in therapy as a result of football.

Nobody connected to the Titans or neutral wants the really bad game in the divisional playoffs that created the wound and the sleepless nights that prompted him to return to therapy, the first time he ever went seeking a path out of a dark place.


Courtesy Tennessee Titans/ Alison McNabb

“It's a deep scar,” Tannehill said of the results of the Titans’ ugly playoff exit as the AFC’s one seed to Cincinnati at Nissan Stadium on Jan. 22. "Every time I closed my eyes I kind of re-watched the game. I didn't get a whole lot of sleep for weeks. I was in a dark place, and it took me a while, a lot of work to get out of it.

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