Diving into details: 10 conclusions drawn from PFF breakdown of Titans’ Ryan Tannehill

By John Glennon

Agree or disagree with their conclusions, it’s hard to find a football analytics website that slices, dices and dissects every portion of the game more than Pro Football Focus.

That’s especially the case when it comes to NFL quarterbacks, who are graded on multiple fronts – ranging from poise under pressure, ability to make “big-time throws” and much more – on every passing attempt.

PFF recently rolled out its 2021 QB Annual, which – aside from an inexplicable cover shot of Jacksonville’s Gardner Minshew – features an exhaustive amount of pertinent information on every quarterback in the league.

We know that the Titans’ Ryan Tannehill put together another very good season in 2020, one that silenced critics who believed he’d regress to his Miami levels in his second year here.

But where was Tannehill particularly good? And in which areas did he struggle?

Here are 10 conclusions drawn from PFF’s breakdown of Tannehill’s 2020 season:

As good as it gets -- One thing Titans fans have been able to appreciate about Tannehill during his tenure here is that he has far more often been very good than very bad.

That’s illustrated in a PFF “signature stat” from 2020 that . . .

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