Will Levis

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Titans hire former Bengals OC as their new Head Coach
6 months ago

The Tennessee Titans have hired former Bengals OC, Brian Callahan, as their new Head Coach.

The Titans are making a clear effort to revitalize their offense, hiring Brian Callahan, who spent the past 5 years as the OC for the Cincinnati Bengals. While Zac Taylor has been the primary offensive play caller throughout that period, Callahan has been an integral part of designing the overall offense and game planning on a weekly basis. He’s now expected to be the primary play caller in Tennessee.


Callahan deserves credit for designing Quarterback friendly gameplans that put Jake Browning in a position to look good down the final stretch of the 2023 season. Fantasy Managers should be confident that Will Levis will have a better opportunity to be successful in 2024 with the hire of Callahan. His hiring also further enforces the notion that the Titans are rebranding their offense, and may be moving on from an attack that has been centered around Derrick Henry for the past several years.

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Will Levis named starter; Tannehill relegated to backup duties
8 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.

Will Levis- Slated to Start Week 9
8 months ago

Will Levis has earned starting QB duties in week 9 against the Steelers after his heroics in his first start last week.

Will Levis has silenced the haters and earned the Starting QB job in Tennessee while Tannehill is out. If Levis continues to shine, there’s no reason for the struggling Titans to not name him their starter for the rest of the season.


Levis is an intriguing play this week in Superflex leagues and even in daily drafts against an exploitable Steelers Defense. The Titans will still lean plenty on Derrick Henry, but DeAndre Hopkins looks like a favorite target for Levis and should be in your lineups this week in almost any format. Levis is a sneaky add in deeper 1QB leagues ahead of the Steelers game, as the buying window will be closed before you know it he can replicate his week 8 success tonight.

Will Levis- Announced as "Primary QB" for the Titans in week 8
8 months ago

Will Levis will make his NFL debut on Sunday against the Falcons after Titans Head Coach Mike Vrabel announced Levis will be the primary QB if starter Ryan Tannehill is unable to play.

Welp, at least Mike Vrabel is making it crystal clear that Fantasy Managers should want no part of putting a Titans QB in their lineups this weekend. Many coaches have tried the “we’ll give both QBs some playing time” approach, with little success to this point. Tannehill suffered what sounds like a high ankle sprain, and should be expected to miss at least week 8.


With Tannehill expected to sit out, Vrabel’s comments indicate that Levis will get a majority of the snaps at QB, with Malik Willis set to mix in as well. Both QBs have been underwhelming and this is bad news for every fantasy relevant player on the Titans, Derrick Henry included. DeAndre Hopkins also takes a hit from being a fringe WR2, to now being a risky Flex option at best.


In almost any circumstance, Fantasy Managers should avoid putting Levis or Willis in lineups this week. The biggest beneficiary from a fantasy perspective is the Falcons Defense, who becomes a top streaming option in leagues that have a D/ST lineup slot. Fantasy Managers should do what they can to avoid Titans players against a tough Falcons Defense that is licking their chops at this matchup.