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Will Levis
ADP: 13.10
Bye: 5
Experience: 1
Age: 24.9
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 229
40 Time: 4.75

Burst Score (Rank): 121.50 (87%)

Will Levis's Weekly Outlook

Week 1 Projections
Yds TDs INT Rush Yds Fantasy Pts
247.3 1.4 0.6 12.1 16.3
Weekly Writeup

Rest Of Way Outlook

Yds TDs INT Rush Yds Fantasy Pts
199.2 1.2 0.7 22.5 14.7

Will Levis's 2024 Projections & Outlook


#23 Quarterback

246.4 Projected Points

ADP Comp/Att P Yds P TD INT Att R Yds Fum
13.10 310.5/501 3709.5 21 9 51 181.5 3.4

3D Projections DS 3D Projections

Basic StatsWill Levis's Preseason Player Analysis

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Bottom Line

Levis took over for Ryan Tannehill last year and was merely average. He locked in on DeAndre Hopkins and tried to navigate around a poor offensive line.

The Titans are clearly trying to support him by bringing in Calvin Ridley and Tony Pollard, so the offense will be more pass-oriented than last season.

New HC Brian Callahan has a great QB track record, so Levis has a chance to at least be an upside QB2 this year.

What We Learned Last Year

  • Levis was inactive through the first six weeks of the season. He started Week 7 after Ryan Tannehill suffered an ankle injury.
  • Levis missed two games due to injury.
    • Week 16 due to a right ankle injury suffered in Overtime the week before
    • Week 18 due to a right foot injury.
  • Levis’ scoring average in eight full games last year would have ranked 30th among QBs.
  • He had one top-12 finish. He had three QB25 or worse finishes.
  • His per-game averages were mediocre:
    • 58.4% completion rate
    • 200.9 yards
    • 0.89 TDs
    • 0.44 INTs
    • 7.0 adjusted yards per pass attempt
  • Among 45 QBs with 135+ dropbacks, Levis ranked:
    • 32nd in Pro Football Focus passing grade (61.6)
    • Sixth in Big Time Throw percentage (5.9%)
    • Sixth in Turnover Worthy Play percentage (4.5%)
    • 24th in Time to Throw (2.76 seconds)
    • 42nd in Completion Percentage Above Expectation (-3.2%)
  • Levis' 10.6 average air yards per pass attempt easily led all 32 qualifying QBs last year. (C.J. Stroud finished second at 9.0 yards.)
  • He played behind a poor O-line that ranked 25th in Pro Football Focus' pass-blocking grades.

What to Expect in 2024

  • Levis enters his second season on the Titans, but his first season with:
    • HC and play caller Brian Callahan
    • OC Nick Holz
  • The Titans invested in the offense around Levis by adding:
    • WR Calvin Ridley (FA)
    • RB Tony Pollard (FA)
    • OT JC Latham (first round)
  • The Titans are expected to perform similarly to last season. They are fourth in highest win total in the AFC South at 6.5 wins on most sportsbooks.
  • They also are tied for 27th in terms of highest Super Bowl odds at +15000 on most sportsbooks.
  • Levis enters his second season at age 25. According to our aging curve research, the average QB with Levis’ career and profile will produce at 95-97% of peak value in his age-25 season.

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The Titans surprisingly landed WR Calvin Ridley on Wednesday with a four-year, $92 million deal, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The pact includes $50 million guaranteed, adding Ridley to a WR corps that returns DeAndre Hopkins and Treylon Burks. That's probably the strongest collection of WR talent the franchise has had since moving from Houston to Nashville. And the Ridley move just might be the strongest sign that HC Brian Callahan's Titans plan to throw the ball quite a bit more than the Mike Vrabel version. Even big-money RB Tony Pollard brings more receiving pedigree than rushing. How will all these WRs fit together by target share? Burks figures to sit a clear third, barring some gigantic steps for him this summer. Ridley hasn't been as much of a target earner as Hopkins throughout their respective careers. So we'll likely favor Hopkins between them. But expect both veteran wideouts to garner shares of 20+%. As for scheme fit, Burks enjoyed quite a bit of success from the slot at Arkansas before arriving as a first-round pick. This will be a very interesting offense heading into the 2024 season. And the biggest individual winner might be QB Will Levis. He's available late in best ball drafts (QB27 Underdog Fantasy ADP) but can at least offer high weekly ceilings. There might be top-16 season upside to Levis. Check our best ball rankings for everyone's updated numbers.

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Will Levis, QB TEN
Dynasty MVP 192.4
Position Rank #45 QB
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Levis is loaded with physical ability, but his down-to-down consistency needs work. Injuries (and a poor supporting cast) also contributed to a drop in play from 2021 to 2022 at Kentucky. He carries something close to a boom-or-bust outlook long-term. An injury to Ryan Tannehill put Levis in the starting role for Week 8 of 2023, and he showed flashes of starter-level ability. There's a good chance he starts a full slate in 2024, but he'll work alongside a new HC (former Bengals OC Brian Callahan) after Tennessee fired Mike Vrabel.
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