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What To Expect From Titans' Will Levis in Year Two

By MIKE HERNDON, columnist

The Titans have spent the entirety of the 2024 offseason behaving like a franchise that believes it has a young quarterback worth building around.

Sure, they were going to spend in free agency to some degree because they had to. The big splashes for Calvin Ridley and L’Jarius Sneed, however, certainly feel like a team that thinks it’s closer to competing for a playoff spot than most national pundits would have you believe. Adding a 29-year-old Tyler Boyd on a one-year deal is another example of a “win now” type addition by Ran Carthon.

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The explanation for the divide between how the Titans view themselves – as evidenced by the aggressive offseason – and the national media’s low expectations is very simple. The two groups have very different views of second-year quarterback, Will Levis.

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