Rising star Will Levis, the Tennessee Titans’ rookie quarterback, is poised to make his highly-anticipated NFL debut this upcoming Sunday. With starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill nursing an ankle injury, the Titans have been diligently preparing Levis to take the reins, according to the latest report from Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.
Head coach Mike Vrabel officially acknowledged the likelihood of Tannehill’s absence from Sunday’s game, and he hinted that both Levis and the dynamic Malik Willis could see action if Tannehill is unable to suit up.
Although it wasn’t publicly declared that Levis had surpassed Willis in the depth chart, this development speaks volumes about the Titans’ confidence in the young quarterback. While Willis has seen action in two games this season as Tannehill’s relief, Levis has yet to make his mark on the NFL stage.
Levis, a highly touted prospect who was once considered a potential Top 5 draft pick this year, astoundingly fell into the Titans’ lap as the second-round pick. Now, the spotlight is firmly on Levis as he seizes the opportunity to showcase his talents and demonstrate his readiness for the next level of football.
As Sunday approaches, fans and analysts alike will be eagerly awaiting Levis’s NFL debut, curious to see if this rising star can live up to the considerable hype that has surrounded his promising career. The Titans are placing their faith in this young talent, hoping he can provide the spark they need in Tannehill’s absence.