Ryan Tannehill

Overall Rank
QB38
2023
Height
6' 4"
Weight
221 lbs
Hand Size
9"
(6th)
Draft Pick
1.08
(2012)
College
Texas A&M
Age
35.9
Best Comparable Player
Jaime Lannister
Workout Metrics
4.70
78th
34
77th
40-Yard Dash
Burst Score
Agility Score
Throw Velocity
Wonderlic Score
68.3
(34th)
College QBR
7.1
(17th)
College YPA
22.1
(14th)
Breakout Age
Free Agency Outlook: Ryan Tannehill
4 months ago

Ryan Tannehill is set to be a free agent and the Pittsburgh Steelers stand out as a potential fit.

Ryan Tannehill is coming off of back-to-back years where he struggled to stay healthy and finished outside the top-25 Fantasy QBs. Looking back to 2020, Tannehill’s most productive year of his career, it’s worth noting that Arthur Smith was the Titans Offensive Coordinator. With Smith now in Pittsburgh, and Head Coach Mike Tomlin saying “there will be a competition” for their starting QB job this year, the writing is on the wall that Tannehill may be donning the Black and Gold going into 2024.

 

The Steelers present an interesting landing spot, asĀ  Mason Rudolph will be testing free agency, and there is a serious potential for Tannehill to win the starting gig over Kenny Pickett. For Fantasy Managers, it’s worth finding an additional roster spot to stash Tannehill in Superflex leagues.

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Will Levis named starter; Tannehill relegated to backup duties
7 months ago

Titans Head Coach, Mike Vrabel, announced that Will Levis will be the Titans starting Quarterback going forward, with the hope that Tannehill can return from his ankle injury this week to serve as backup.

Will Levis passed the eye test through two weeks and has earned the right to be the starter for the Titans. Vrabel made it clear during a press conference that the Titans believe Levis gives them the best chance to compete, and that Tannehill will be the backup when he returns from his ankle injury.

 

This is great news for fantasy football. Levis has arm talent that will elevate the production ceiling for pass catchers like DeAndre Hopkins and Treylon Burks. Derrick Henry also stands to benefit from Defenses stacking the box less and finally starting to respect the Titans ability to pass.

 

Fantasy managers can safely drop Tannehill in any format that isn’t a deep superflex league. Levis is an intriguing add in single QB redraft leagues, as he has a fantasy friendly schedule the rest of the season.