The AFC South will be on the line in the season finale when the Titans take on the Jaguars, and the Titans don’t yet know who their starting quarterback will be.
Titans head coach Mike Vrabel, who made the surprise decision to start newly arrived Josh Dobbs against rookie Malik Willis in Thursday night’s loss to the Cowboys, said after the game that a decision would take place next week.
“We will continue to digest this over the weekend and make a decision,” Vrabel said. “Malik has been working hard, but we just have to see where we are with the quarterback position here until the last week of the season.”
Although the Titans lost, Vrabel seemed impressed with how quickly Dobbs was able to come in and learn the offense.
“It was a great opportunity to assess Josh. We will make a decision in the future. He does good things. We would definitely like some feedback. We’ll kind of see where things are here in a few days,” Vrabel said.
With Ryan Tannehill on the disabled list, the Titans have no other options. Dobbs or Willis will start the playoffs next weekend.