Sunday will mark Ryan Tannehill’s long-awaited return.
In Week 10, Tannehill will start for the Tennessee Titans against the Denver Broncos after missing the previous two games.
With an ankle injury sustained in Week 7 against the Indianapolis Colts, Tannehill was questionable for the third straight week, but he will play this week.
With rookie Malik Willis starting under center, the Titans went 1-1 without Tannehill, beating the Houston Texans in Week 8 and falling to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 9.
Tannehill has completed 95 of 146 passes (65.1%) for 1,097 yards, six touchdowns, and three interceptions in six games this year.
A 2019 Pro Bowler, Tannehill is 4-2 as a starter for Tennessee this year, and his leadership and experience will be welcome re-additions to the Titans’ offense. However, his mobility will be a concern. His ankle could impede his ability to stay in the pocket and put him at further risk behind what has been a shaky offensive line in recent years.
At 1 p.m. ET on Sunday, the Titans (5-3) host the Broncos (3-5).