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The Tennessee Titans find themselves in an interesting situation, at the moment.

Tennessee has lost back-to-back games to head into the bye week at 2-4 and currently sits in last place in the AFC South.

To make things worse for the Titans, starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill left Sunday’s game against the Ravens with an ankle injury, that may end up costing him some time.

Speaking to the media on Monday, Titans head coach Mike Vrabel said, via NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, that Tannehill’s ankle injury is similar to the ankle injury that left him out of action for several games last season. Vrabel didn’t rule Tannehill out yet, however, noting that the Titans have the bye week coming up. They will decide on Malik Willis or Will Levis to start in his place if necessary.

Tennessee’s decision will prove interesting if Tannehill is unable to go. On one hand, the team selected Levis with its second-round pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, and in a season that may already be bordering on lost, it may be wise to see what the former Kentucky Wildcat can offer the team going forward. He also could get vital in-game experience and first-team reps.

However, Willis has been Tannehill’s backup all season and went four-for-five with 74 passing yards Sunday after coming in for the injured Tannehill.

[Ian Rapoport]