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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by mike75, Apr 17, 2013.
A good QB is something the Titans have lacked since their existence. If we're being honest...
McNair won MVP, how does that not make him a great QB?
Ok, did you even watch the Titans when McNair was QB? He could literally march down the field on the 4th qtr and win the game. As mentioned before he won MVP of the entire league, something the majority of all QBs can never say. I would take McNair in his prime over Flacco, Ryan, Newton, Schaub, Luck, Stafford, Bradford, Vick, Big Ben, Romo, Eli, Rivers, etc. Only Peyton, Brady, Rodgers, Brees and maybe RGIII in a few yrs would I take over McNair
Locker can still be the QB we're looking for. He's got all of the right tools and the work ethic. I think he'll do fine this season. I think his ceiling is very high, its just a combination of things coming together for him.
If Britt can return to form he'll have a great weapon to help him gain confidence. CJ could help as well if the running game gets going.
He had one great year. On a team that was completely stacked.
... and it could be very easily argued that he didn't deserve the Co-MVP that year. I think he did, but it wasn't because of numbers.
On paper, he's always been a mediocre QB. He was a fan favorite. That's why people think he was great. They thought he was a "warrior" because he had the "hurt" excuse nonstop.
If you'd seriously take McNair over half the people you listed, you'd be a GM for about 20 seconds.
Stop being silly. I get it. You were a fan. But have the decency to be honest.
Know what VY and Hitler had in common?
If they used film and study to their advantage, they would both rule the world.