Tennessee Titans quarterback Will Levis is questionable for the game against the Seattle Seahawks due to an ankle injury.

The Tennessee Titans face uncertainty at the quarterback position as they prepare to take on the Seattle Seahawks. Second-round rookie Will Levis, who the Titans would prefer to start, is questionable for the upcoming game due to an ankle injury sustained in last week’s loss to the Houston Texans. Levis has shown promise, impressing both the coaching staff and opponents with his aggressiveness, strong throwing, speed, and handling of the offensive system.

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Titans head coach Mike Vrabel expressed optimism about Levis but acknowledged that if he cannot play, veteran Ryan Tannehill will take the starting role. Tannehill, who started the first six games before being sidelined by injury, is prepared to step in if needed. The Titans have rotated between Levis and Tannehill based on performance and health, presenting a strategic challenge for the Seahawks in their game preparation.

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll recognizes the dual threat posed by both quarterbacks. Carroll notes Levis’s intelligence, confidence, and command of the game, making him a formidable opponent. However, Carroll acknowledges Tannehill’s experience, describing him as an accomplished quarterback who can effectively run the offense.

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The Seahawks, ready for either scenario, understand the challenges posed by Levis’s potential absence. Levis, considered by the Seahawks in the 2023 NFL Draft, has built chemistry with wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, emphasizing the importance of containing their connection for Seattle’s defensive strategy.

As the Titans evaluate Levis’s injury status, the Seahawks brace for a challenging matchup, with the outcome possibly determined by which quarterback takes the field on game day. The kickoff is set for 10 a.m. PT inside Nissan Stadium, and the quarterback decision will likely impact the dynamics of the Seahawks-Titans clash.