Going into Week 5, the AFC South is anyone's game. The Indianapolis Colts sit at 2-2, as do all three of their division rivals.
One thing Colts fans can be thankful for is the return of Jonathan Taylor, whom fans are hoping to see suit up and play alongside Anthony Richardson. Whether or not we see Taylor play, or traded, remains up in the air.
Speaking of Richardson, he has enjoyed an exciting start to his young career despite missing a little time with injury. As we get set for Week 5, where does the Colts' rookie stand among his AFC South peers? Let's take a look.
4. Ryan Tannehill, Titans
In a division where every team is 2-2, it might be difficult to separate quarterback play. One thing we can know for certain, though, is that Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill is the worst in the division right now.
Tannehill is completing just 62 percent of his passes. He's thrown for 788 yards with just two touchdowns and four interceptions. His 74.9 quarterback rating checks in at 31st in the NFL, behind even the likes of Kenny Pickett, rookie Bryce Young, Desmond Ridder, Sam Howell and Justin Fields to name a few.
The Titans should be close to thinking about a quarterback change, especially with how big of a step Malik Willis took from last season to this. If Tennessee wants a shot at the division. Tannehill has to play much better. Or, the Titans will be forced to make a switch.