INDIANAPOLIS – The support for Ryan Tannehill was natural.

Following the quarterback’s poor performance in a stunner of a divisional-round loss to the Bengals at Nissan Stadium, it was automatic that a coach and a GM would back their quarterback. They’d back any player coming off a poor performance.USATSI 17549703

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The Titans won 12 games, their division and their conference's No. 1 seed, but failed to advance in the playoffs when one win would have earned them a home AFC Championship Game.

Tannehill threw three interceptions against Cincinnati, completing a 21-turnover season, shrinking in the biggest moment for the second season in a row.

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