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Titans QB Ryan Tannehill will start Sunday's finale vs. the Jaguars, HC Mike Vrabel said. Rookie Will Levis (foot) will be the No. 3 QB for the game. Tannehill has some DFS tournament appeal against a pass-funnel Jacksonville defense that ranks 27th in adjusted fantasy points allowed to QBs.

Titans QB Will Levis (foot) did not practice on Wednesday. He admitted that he's still dealing with soreness in that foot and seems unlikely to play in Sunday's meaningless finale vs. the Jaguars. We're projecting QB Ryan Tannehill to start that one.

Titans QB Will Levis suffered a foot injury in the second quarter of Sunday's game vs. the Texans and is officially questionable to return. We'll update his status when we know more. QB Ryan Tannehill has replaced Levis.

Update: Levis has been ruled out.

Titans QB Will Levis (ankle) is inactive for today’s game vs. the Seahawks. He got back on the practice field on Friday and seemingly has a good chance to return for Week 17. QB Ryan Tannehill starts today for the first time since Week 6.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport confirms that Titans QB Will Levis (ankle) is not expected to play vs. the Seahawks today. "He pushed to be on the field, practicing on Friday. But couldn't quite get there," Rapoport tweets. It sounds like Levis has a chance to be back for Week 17. QB Ryan Tannehill makes his first start since Week 6 today. He sports a better completion rate than Levis but a slightly lower yards per attempt. We're considering the switch from Levis to Tannehill a wash for Tennessee's offense.

Titans QB Will Levis (ankle) is listed as questionable for this weekend’s game vs. the Seahawks. He only got in a limited practice on Friday. We’re expecting Levis to miss this one, leaving QB Ryan Tannehill to get the start. But we’ll continue to keep you updated on the situation leading up to Sunday’s 1 pm ET kickoff.

Titans QB Will Levis (ankle) did not practice on Wednesday. We're not expecting him to play vs. the Seahawks this weekend, which would presumably put QB Ryan Tannehill back at the controls for Tennessee. We're treating that as a wash for WR DeAndre Hopkins and the Titans' other pass-catchers.

ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reports that Titans QB Will Levis suffered a high left ankle sprain in Sunday's loss to the Texans. "Still uncertain whether Tennessee needs to sit him or for how long," Fowler says. We'll watch Levis' status this week, but we'd be leaning away from using him if possible anyway. If Levis can't play, Ryan Tannehill should get the start. That shouldn't be a downgrade for other Titans offensive pieces.

Titans QB Will Levis suffered a left leg injury in overtime of Sunday's game vs. the Texans. The replay was gruesome enough that the TV broadcast decided not to show it, although Levis was able to walk off the field. We'll update his status when we know more. QB Ryan Tannehill is Tennessee's backup today.

Titans HC Mike Vrabel has announced that QB Will Levis will start the rest of the season. "Going forward, Will is going to be our quarterback," he said Tuesday. "We think that's the best opportunity for our football team right now, and see where he's at." The move makes sense, of course, Tennessee sits just 3-5 and needs to know what it has in Levis before the 2024 draft. Fantasy wise, it's also too early to know what we have. Levis opened with a QB6 finish in Week 8 against a soft Atlanta D. then he went QB20 in a tougher spot against Pittsburgh. Over the past two weeks, Levis ranks 24th in Pro Football Focus passing grade among 37 QBs with at least 20 dropbacks. He also carries the 10th-highest percentage of turnover-worthy throws. Combine that with a thin crew of Tennesssee pass catchers and it's tough to like Levis in 1-QB leagues at the 10- or 12-team level. He carries some upside in deeper formats, however, and can be intriguing for multi-QB formats. A Week 10 matchup with the Bucs -- who just allowed C.J. Stroud to break the rookie record for passing yards is intriguing. Levis will also get the league's third-best QB schedule from Week 13 on, according to our adjusted fantasy points allowed.

On Wednesday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that the Titans have officially ruled out QB Ryan Tannehill (ankle) for Week 9 vs. the Steelers. Rookie QB Will Levis will get the start. We'd already expected Levis to see the field on Thursday night, so this news doesn't really come as much of a shock. The former Kentucky signal-caller performed well in his NFL debut in Week 8, tossing 238 passing yards and 4 TDs against the Falcons. He'll be hard-pressed to repeat that showing against a much tougher Steelers defense. See where Levis slots in our latest QB rankings.

The Titans are expected to start QB Will Levis on Thursday night against the Steelers, according to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler. QB Ryan Tannehill reportedly needs more time to work past his high-ankle sprain. And Levis, of course, just finished throwing 4 TD passes in his NFL debut. So this report comes as no surprise. Check back Tuesday afternoon to see where Levis lands in our Week 9 QB rankings.

Titans QB Ryan Tannehill (ankle) is out for Sunday’s game vs. the Falcons. HC Mike Vrabel said early in the week that he’d use both QB Will Levis and QB Malik Willis in this one, but NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport said Wednesday that Levis will be the “primary QB.” Regardless, you should try to avoid the entire Titans passing game in fantasy lineups this week.

Titans HC Mike Vrabel said Tuesday that he anticipates both QBs Malik Willis and Will Levis playing vs. the Falcons this weekend if QB Ryan Tannehill is out. Vrabel wasn't ready to rule Tannehill out yet, but he seems unlikely to play after suffering a high-ankle sprain two weeks ago. Playing both Willis and Levis would be good for absolutely no one. You should try to avoid the Titans passing game in Week 8 fantasy lineups.

Titans QB Ryan Tannehill has been diagnosed with a high-ankle sprain, according to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler. Tannehill gets a Week 7 bye "but could miss time," Fowler adds. We'll keep an eye on Tannehill when Tennesse gets back to work next week. HC Mike Vrabel wouldn't say Monday whether QB Malik Willis or QB Will Levis would start if Tannehill misses time.

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