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QB Ryan Tannehill Tennessee Titans Player Page

#17 Ryan Tannehill, QB
Tennessee Titans
Height 6' 4"
Weight 217 lbs
Age 32
Birthdate July 27th 1988
College Texas A&M
Year 2012
Round 1   Pick 8
Season Statistics
YEARGPATT CMPPCTPYDSTDsINT
20121648428258.332941213
20131658835560.439132417
20141659039266.440452712
20151658736462.042102412
20161338926167.129971912
20181127417664.21979179
20191228620170.32742226
20201031220465.42385224
2020 Fantasy Points by Week
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WeekATTCMPPCTPYDSTDsINTPTS
1432967.424920
2241875.023940
3372362.232101
5282175.019530
6413073.236441
7301860.022020
8301860.023321
9211047.615820
10271555.614710
11312271.025921
Strength of Schedule
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Fantasy Analysis
Week 12 Projections
Even though Tannehill hasn't matched his 2019 passing efficiency, he has tossed 20 touchdown strikes in nine games played after throwing 22 of them in 12 contests played last season. In addition, Tannehill has racked up at least two total touchdowns in eight of 10 starts. During Tennessee's 34-17 loss to the Indianapolis Colts two weeks ago, Tannehill passed for just 147 yards and one touchdown with no picks even though he had pass-heavy game script for a good part of the contest. Tannehill is a decent high-floor fantasy QB2, but don't expect him to perform much better in this rematch against a Colts defense that has allowed the fourth-fewest passing yards and the eighth-fewest touchdown tosses.
Passing: 229 Yards, 2 TD, 0 INT.
Rushing: 15 Yards, 0 TD.

Season Projections
Replacing Marcus Mariota (Raiders) in the starting lineup seven weeks into the 2019 regular season, Tannehill quickly took command of the Titans offense. He won seven of 10 starts and led Tennessee to the AFC Championship game, which earned him NFL Comeback Player of the Year honors. By the way, Tannehill also emerged a solid fantasy option despite operating in one of the NFL's most run-heavy score units. Tannehill finished as the fantasy QB22 overall, but he was the fourth-most productive fantasy triggerman from Week 7 through Week 17. Connecting on a career-high 70.3 percent of his throws, Tannehill averaged 228.5 passing yards and 2.2 touchdown tosses per outing. He also flashed some plus mobility, tallying 18.5 rushing yards per game and racking up a career-high four rushing touchdowns, which provided a nice little boost to his fantasy scoring. As the 32-year-old Tannehill heads into his first season as the Titans' unquestioned starting signal caller, there's a lot working in his favor. Tennessee features a top-10 line, offensive coordinator Arthur Hill returns for a second go-around and so does rising star A.J. Brown, who quickly emerged as Tannehill's favorite wideout ahead of disappointing Corey Davis and Adam Humphries. The Titans hope Tannehill and Jonnu Smith will improve their chemistry, which was shaky last season. Since Tannehill will operate in what's usually a run-heavy attack, as noted, and was somewhat big-play dependent as a passer, some regression is likely. Tennessee will sometimes dial back the throwing (Tannehill attempted 22 or fewer passes in five starts, including the playoffs) when the Derrick Henry-led ground game is clicking. Tannehill is a decent No. 2 fantasy quarterback with occasional No. 1 upside.

Passing: 1397 Yards, 13 TD, 3 INT.
Rushing: 89 Yards, 2 TD.

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