The case against the Titans drafting a quarterback

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Jon Robinson has an obligation to look after the Titans for both short-term and long-term simultaneously.

That’s no easy job.

Heading into the draft with no second-round pick because of the Julio Jones trade, it’s harder to do.

Ryan Tannehill

But if he’s thinking clearly and honestly about the most important position, he’s got to at least be considering the idea that Ryan Tannehill is not going to be able to deliver his team a championship.

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