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Is the Jake vs Matt debate finally over?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by mud, Nov 12, 2012.

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Is the QB Debate finally over (Jake over Matt)

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  1. RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    Locker's career stats: 110/193 (57%), 1445 yards, 10 TD, 2 INT, 93.7 rating


    Locker ranked #1 in preseason rookie QB rating and #1 in regular season rookie QB rating. He now ranks #1 in QB rating for second year QBs.

    Suck on that, haters.
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  3. Titans Eternal Got the swagger of a cripple

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  4. RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    I bet not one single "expert" knows about the facts that I just laid out on the table.

    The clowns on NFL Network who said Blaine Gabbert and Christian Ponder would have the better sophomore seasons... I hope they have nightmares of Locker abusing their mothers.
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    Yah Ponder was MVP a few weeks ago.. lol
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    Over the past two seasons, we've seen several games where both QB's saw significant playing time. Same supporting cast, same gameplan, facing the same defense.....the only significant difference was the QB.

    In virtually every case, Locker was significantly more productive than Hasselbeck. In games where the offense was struggle to score points with Hass under center, Jake quickly drove them down the field and put points on the board.....and in games where Hasselbeck was leading the offense to field goals, Locker produced touchdowns. And in virtually every instance, Locker's passer rating was 15-20 points higher than Hasselbeck's rating for the same game.

    Locker also has a higher TD%, lower INT%, and a lower sack rate.

    These are not opinions....these are facts.

    Now, some people may be of the opinion that Hasselbeck is the better QB.....and they have every right to that opinion.

    They just realize that there are no facts to support that position; in fact, the facts clearly suggest the exact opposite.
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    Not really disagreeing with Locker being the better QB but in those games, no team game planned for Locker and he is a lot different than Hass as a QB.
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    True, but Locker came in cold off the bench and had no reps with the first team in practice. He also had no game plans for the opposing teams.

    Locker has consistently played better than Hasselbeck since they have been here.
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    The style of plays called for hass vs locker are completely different. Much more roll outs and moving pockets. Also stuff to get him running lanes if he wants
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    Jake is erratic but so is my girlfriend and I like her. When she throws things at windows (like my dachshund, for example) I think, Jake, Jake Locker. She set my Camry on fire, too, but it's cool. Love is hard, folks. You don't just wake up and stumble into love. You have to grind it out like crows, crows and hawks in the air reeling, right? We should target Cook more often, IMO.
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