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Jake Locker= Titans version of Mark Sanchez

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by MDTitansFan, Dec 17, 2012.

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  1. steverife Starter

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    ...but if you are a game manager, you aren't airmailing bombs into triple coverage. He was only a "game manager" because they dropped balls and we won. He just wasn't playing confidently.
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  2. Tuckfro42 Frozen Donkey Wheel

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    Hahahaha!

    The LSU coaching staff...? Oh, I hope you're joking. What does LSU know about good QBs? All they've ever had there is less-talented Tim Tebows.

    Look, I know a lot of you guys want to believe in Jake. I like the kid and wish he would turn into the next Steve Young. But, truth is- he's not a starting-caliber NFL QB and never will be. Comparing him to VY, Sanchez, and Tebow just proves that point.
  3. Titan43 Starter

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    So basically you expect Locker to be as good in his 9th start as arguably the greatest QB of all time 10 years into his HOF career???? I think we found the probably here.
  4. titan_fan_4ever Titans Rule

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    The Titans' offense followed up the four interceptions with a grand total of 14 plays, 26 yards, 7:50 with the ball and four punts. - ESPN.com

    Just a nasty line right there..... And that predominantly does fall on Jake.
  5. JCBRAVE #getyourlifetogether

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    You try playing QB with 5 men bearing down on you as your back ups back ups are blocking for you.
  6. JCBRAVE #getyourlifetogether

    Casey
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    Who cares what QB's play for LSU, it was their defense I was quoting.

    They play other teams QB's you know..
  7. The Hammer Out for a rip

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    As a comparison have a look at Steve McNair's first few years. Some people take time to develop.

    SEASON TEAM
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    TD
    LNG
    INT
    FUM
    QBR
    RAT
    1995
    • HOU
    4
    41
    80
    51.3
    569
    7.11
    3
    53
    1
    2
    --
    81.7
    1996
    • HOU
    9
    88
    143
    61.5
    1,197
    8.37
    6
    83
    4
    5
    --
    90.6
    1997
    • TEN
    16
    216
    415
    52.0
    2,665
    6.42
    14
    55
    13
    9
    --
    70.4
    1998
    • TEN
    16
    289
    492
    58.7
    3,228
    6.56
    15
    47
    10
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    80.1
    1999
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    187
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    78.6
  8. JCBRAVE #getyourlifetogether

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    Jake is not a player I'm worried about. O-Line and coaching is terrible, hard to succeed with crap all around you.
  9. ColtKiller Starter

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    We'd probably be 8-6 at the extreme worst with Peyton. QB consistency has been a huge issue with us all year. Locker gave Indy that game.
  10. nickmsmith has the most poverty RB corp.

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    No... but you said QBs don't make Olines look good. I was making a point on how good QBs can and do.

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