Mike Vrabel on Ryan Tannehill: We’ll see where he is Wednesday

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Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill did not play in Sunday’s 17-10 win over the Texans after missing practice time last week due to an ankle injury and an illness.

On Monday, Titans head coach Mike Vrabel didn’t offer much of an update about Tannehill’s condition. He was asked about where things stand with the quarterback as the Titans turn their attention toward their Sunday night game against the Chiefs and said only that the team will have a better idea about that after Wednesday’s practice.

Rookie Malik Willis got the start in Tannehill’s place and spent most of the day handing the ball off to Derrick Henry and Dontrell Hilliard. That proved to be a good plan as the Titans posted more than 300 rushing yards in the win and Willis only had to throw one pass in the second half.

That strategy probably wouldn’t work as well against the Chiefs, so plenty of people will join Vrabel in looking to see where things stand with Tannehill in a couple of days.

5 responses to “Mike Vrabel on Ryan Tannehill: We’ll see where he is Wednesday

  1. Tannehill is washed. Might as well try to catch lightening in a bottle with a running QB in Malik Willis. All RB numbers increase when they play with a QB that is a threat to run himself. Malik Willis era has begun.

  2. If RT doesn’t play they might as well not show up. I don’t see KC letting King Henry get off to the tune of 200 yards and multiple TD’s. It’s just not gonna happen. I was rooting for Malik Willis to be good, but he didn’t even look like a project against the Texans. THE TEXANS. Imagine how bad he’d look against a good team? The Malik Willis officially began, and ended, Sunday afternoon.

  3. Willis threw a single ball in the 2nd half. If that isn’t holding him back to prevent bad things, I don’t know what is. Tanne is much better at this time. 5 in a row BTW.

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