Ryan Tannehill led the Tennessee Titans to a dominant win over division rival Jacksonville Jaguars, and he might be the king of Nashville now.
Ryan Tannehill had the game of his career on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Tannehill finished the game with 299 total yards, 259 passing yards, and 40 rushing yards.
He played one of the best games a quarterback has played in the last few years as he continues to show fans and the franchise he could be the team’s quarterback for the future.
The offense had a pretty successful day all around as Derrick Henry helped Tannehill out some with rushing for 159 yards.
Henry wasn’t the only one making moves on the ground, though. Tannehill also showed off his wheels, and he might give Lamar Jackson a run for his money after his rushing touchdown.
17 did indeed put the team on his back as they cruised to victory. The Titans also tweeted out later for Titans fans to send Henry to his first Pro Bowl. If Tannehill keeps this up, then he might find him going with Henry.
I mean, I wanted Tannehill to start after the second game, but I didn’t expect him to go off like this. Tannehill definitely won the QB battle on Sunday, and, honestly, if the coaching staff can not ruin everything, then the Titans could very well win the division.
The Jags have been struggling, and the BYE week could’ve given the Jags a chance to take advantage of a slow start for the Titans, but the Titans defense wasn’t going to allow that to happen.
The offense overall had a great game. An offensive lineman caught a touchdown pass, Henry ruined the Jags for the second year in a row, and A.J. Brown scored a 65 yard touchdown.
I can’t wait to see what Tannehill in this offense will do for the rest of the season. The schedule gets tougher the later in the season we go, but it looks like the offense is getting better with every game.