3. Will Levis (Tennessee Titans)
One of the biggest storylines from the 2023 NFL Draft was the fall of Will Levis, who might have been drafted as high as the Top 5 but would fall into the second round and be the fourth quarterback drafted. The fall would be stopped by the Tennessee Titans, who began the year with Ryan Tannehill as the starter.
However, Tannehill missed time due to an injury and Will Levis got a chance to start against the Atlanta Falcons. He would have an excellent game with four passing touchdowns and help the Titans secure a 28-23 win.
Since that game, Levis hasn't been nearly as productive as he has seen his completion percentage drop each week, along with his yards thrown. He also has not thrown a touchdown over the past two games.
As a rookie, there are going to be ups and downs and the past two games have been on the road. Will Levis is expected to be the starter for the rest of the season and if he can show improvements, he should be the starter in 2024 for the Titans. The question will be if the Titans front office can improve the wide receiver position moving forward.