|2||08/21/2021||@Buccaneers||W 34 - 3|
|1||08/13/2021||@Falcons||W 23 - 3|
|3||09/26/2021||Colts||W 25 - 16||18||27||197||7.3||3||2||1||9||94.2||5||56||11.2||0|
|2||09/19/2021||@Seahawks||W 33 - 30||27||40||347||8.7||0||0||3||27||94.5||4||27||6.8||0||1||1|
|1||09/12/2021||Cardinals||L 13 - 38||21||35||212||6.1||1||1||6||56||74.9||2||17||8.5||1||2||2|
PRO: The Titans traded for Ryan Tannehill in the 2019 offseason, bringing an experienced, veteran leader to the team. He took control as the team's starting quarterback by midseason and subsequently led the Titans to the playoffs and an AFC championship game appearance. In the process, he set single-season franchise records and led the NFL with a 117.5 passer rating and a passing average of 9.6 yards per attempt. His play led to his first career Pro Bowl appearance. He was rewarded with a multi-year contract extension in March 2020. Tannehill excelled again in his second season with the club, registering a career-best 33 touchdown passes while leading the Titans to a second consecutive postseason appearance. Tannehill spent his first seven seasons as a member of the Miami Dolphins after being selected in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft. He started 88 games over six seasons in South Florida and accumulated 20,434 passing yards and 123 touchdown passes. The Texas A&M product has also shown mobility as a signal caller, having rushed for 1,661 career yards and 17 touchdowns through 2020.
• In 2020, Tannehill finished fifth in the NFL with a 106.5 passer rating and tied for seventh in the NFL with a career-high 33 touchdown tosses. He passed for 3,819 yards and rushed for 266 yards with a career-high seven rushing touchdowns. In the process, he set a franchise record with 40 combined touchdowns in a season.
• In his first season in Tennessee, Tannehill led the Titans to a 9-4 combined record as a starter in the regular season and playoffs and won the NFL Comeback Player of the Year Award. He earned his first Pro Bowl invitation after leading the NFL in passer rating (117.5) and passing average (9.6 yards per attempt) and ranking third in completion percentage (70.3). He set club records in all three categories.
• He was named AFC Offensive Player of the Month for December 2019 after completing 90 of 132 passes for 1,322 yards with 12 touchdowns and two interceptions. His passer rating for the calendar month was 124.6, which led the AFC.
• Tannehill made his first career playoff appearance at the conclusion of the 2019 campaign and helped lead the Titans to a wild card win at New England and a divisional round victory at Baltimore.
• During his seven seasons (2012-18) in Miami, Tannehill passed for at least 3,000 yards four times and more than 4,000 yards twice. He totaled 16 career 300-yard passing games, which is the second-most in Dolphins history.
• Tannehill engineered 17 career fourth-quarter comebacks during the first eight seasons of his career.
• In 2015, Tannehill posted 4,208 passing yards with 24 touchdowns and set a then-NFL record with 25 consecutive completions. His 4,208 passing yards was the fifth-highest single-season total in Dolphins history and most by a Dolphins quarterback other than Dan Marino.
• In 2014, Tannehill passed for 4,045 yards with 27 touchdowns for a 92.8 passer rating. He registered a career-best 311 rushing yards with a touchdown. His 392 completions were the most in Dolphins history.
• Ryan founded the Tannehill's A.C.E.S. (Achieving Community Educations Success) program with wife, Lauren, which consisted of 17 sophomores from American Senior High School and is focused on awarding scholarships to the participating students who strive for good grades and took on an active role in their community by hosting monthly events to reward the students and help them give back to the community.
• Ryan's father, Tim, played wide receiver at Texas Tech from 1985-87.
• The Big Spring, Texas, native was originally selected by the Miami Dolphins in the first round (eighth overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft.
• Traded by the Dolphins to the Titans along with a 2019 sixth-round pick for a 2019 seventh-round draft pick and a 2020 fourth-round draft choice on March 15, 2019.
• Was a four-year letterman (2008-11) and two-year starter as a quarterback and wide receiver at Texas A&M.
• Played in 50 games with 25 starts and completed 484 of 774 passes for 5,450 yards with 42 touchdowns. Hauled in 112 receptions for 1,596 yards with 10 touchdowns. Rushed 115 times for 369 yards with five touchdowns.
• Started 19 games at quarterback and six contests at wide receiver, while playing both quarterback and wide receiver in five games.
• As a senior (2011), started all 13 games and completed 327 of 531 passes for 3,744 yards and 29 touchdowns. Notched 58 carries for 306 yards and four touchdowns.
• In his final collegiate campaign, was named honorable mention All-American, a finalist for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award (nation's top quarterback), a semifinalist for the Davey O'Brien Award (nation's top quarterback) and a finalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy (nation's best scholar-athlete).
• As a junior (2010), played in all 13 games with six starts at quarterback and connected on 152 of 234 passes for 1,638 yards and 13 touchdowns. As a wide receiver registered 11 receptions for 143 yards with a touchdown. Rushed 51 times for 76 yards and a score. Saw action at wide receiver for the first seven games of the season. Took over starting quarterback duties for the final six games and posted a 5-1 record.
• As a sophomore (2009), played in all 13 games and was named honorable mention All-Big 12. Collected 46 receptions for 609 yards and four touchdowns. Completed four of eight passes for 60 yards. Notched four carries for minus five yards.
• As a redshirt freshman (2008), played in 11 games with six starts at wide receiver. Battled for the starting quarterback spot in camp but moved to receiver at the start of the season. Tallied 55 receptions for 844 yards with five touchdowns. Completed his only pass for eight yards. Notched two carries for minus eight yards. His 55 receptions, 844 receiving yards and five receiving touchdowns were school freshman records. Received honorable mention Freshman All-American honors and was voted school's offensive MVP by his teammates.
• Redshirted in 2007.
• Majored in biology at Texas A&M.
• Married to Lauren and the couple has two children.
• Attended Big Spring (Texas) High School and played defensive back, punter, wide receiver and quarterback.
• As a senior (2006), passed for 1,258 yards and rushed for 617 yards. Hauled in three receptions for 62 yards. Posted a 39.2-yard punt return average. Received first-team All-CIF honors.
• As a junior (2005), notched 62 receptions for 1,500 yards and 17 touchdowns.
• Also lettered in basketball, baseball, golf and track and field.
• Follow Tannehill on Twitter at @ryantannehill1.
• Follow Tannehill on Instagram at @rtannehill17.
• Born Ryan Timothy Tannehill on July 27, 1988 in Lubbock, Texas.