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Ryan Tannehill Next Team Odds: Titans & Panthers In The Lead

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Ryan Tannehill Next Team Odds: Titans & Panthers In The Lead

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Ryan Tannehill had a 30-13 record in his first three seasons as quarterback of the Tennessee Titans, guiding them to the postseason each year. Despite that, the team used a third-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft on QB Malik Willis. 

Tannehill was 6-6 as a starter before injuries set in last year, torpedoing Tennessee’s season in the process. For whatever reason, the Titans haven’t seemed to be sold on Tannehill as the man under center capable of winning a Super Bowl

As the 2023 NFL offseason ramps up, the Titans have a decision to make on their starting QB. Tannehill is set to count $36.6 million against the salary cap next season, with a dead cap number of $18.8 million. For a team currently $24 million over the expected number, a trade may be the only way to climb out of the hole without a total rebuild. 

Bookies.com oddsmaker Adam Thompson has used his resources of NFL contacts developed over 20 years covering the league to create his hypothetical NFL futures odds on the 10-year veteran QB. 

Ryan Tannehill 2023 Team Odds

TeamOddsImplied Probability
Tennessee Titans+12544.4%
Carolina Panthers+27526.7%
New York Jets+40020.0%
Las Vegas Raiders+65013.3%
New York Giants+10009.1%
The Field+15006.3%

Odds above are hypothetical and have been created by the Bookies.com team for entertainment purposes only. They are not widely available on legal betting apps or betting sites.


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Tannehill has had his successes, especially in the regular season. The team went 11-5 in 2020 and 12-5 in 2021. His worth also showed this year; when Tannehill got hurt, the Titans went 1-3 and missed the playoffs. 

But high expectations haven’t been met in the postseason. Despite those two stellar campaigns in ’20 and ’21, the team was one-and-done in the postseason on both occasions. Tannehill averaged 193 yards passing, with two TDs and four INTs. Both games were at home, losing by scores of 19-16 and 20-13. 

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If the Titans are in dire straits from a cap perspective and head coach Mike Vrabel believes he can run an offense with Willis, Tannehill could be on the move. That said, Willis had his opportunities in 2022 and didn’t take advantage. In three starts, he passed for 55, 80, and 99 yards and tossed three INTs with zero TDs. 

There are teams out there seeking a veteran QB, especially one with a winning resume like Tannehill. 

The Carolina Panthers have Matt Corral and Jacob Eason on the roster. Corral missed all of his rookie year due to injury, and Eason has 10 attempts in two seasons (with two INTs). Carolina went 7-10 but missed the playoffs by a single game in 2022. With Tom Brady gone from the NFC South-winning Buccaneers, the Panthers could feel the urge to leap now rather than rebuild. 

Everyone knows the New York Jets and Las Vegas Raiders are seeking a QB. The Jets want an experienced QB and have made it clear they will break the bank to get one. The Raiders have moved on from Derek Carr and have a roster built to win now. 

Both want Aaron Rodgers, but his availability is sketchy at the moment. Whichever one lands A-Rod, the other could make an offer for Tannehill. Vegas is more desperate, though the Jets are reportedly “higher on Tannehill than some want to believe.” 

The New York Giants are hoping they won't be in the market for a new QB this offseason. But if they balk at Jones’ reported asking price of nearly $45 million annually, perhaps a one-year rental on Tannehill would suffice. 

The Field is led by teams that could afford him and may be in the market for a QB. The Atlanta Falcons may or may not be ready to hand the offense over to second-year QB Desmond Ridder, and the Chicago Bears may or may not be all-in on Justin Fields being the future of the franchise. 

The Seattle Seahawks hope to bring back Geno Smith, while the Houston Texans and Indianapolis Colts have QB issues but aim to answer them in the NFL Draft. Besides, the Titans aren’t trading their QB to an AFC South rival. 


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About the Author

Adam Thompson for Bookies.com
Adam Thompson
NFL writer and expert Adam Thompson joined Bookies.com in 2019 after a successful run as senior handicapper for SportsLine and CBSSports.com. He's long been estabilshed as one of the nation's premier NFL and MLB handicappers, and his horse racing and PGA picks have produced major winners over the last 12 months.
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