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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by The Hammer, Apr 22, 2014.
LOL, there has to be some explanation.
Our line sucked horribly last year. I generally respect PFF but their ranking just doesn't mesh with what I remember seeing. I think they were too critical of Oher too. I watched all his games and he was nowhere near as bad as they made him out to look.
Yes it did suck as pff pointed out. It sucked hard at pass blocking.
The Nashville Tennesseean reports the Titans "seem especially curious" about Fresno State QB Derek Carr.
The Titans are committed to Jake Locker for 2014, and haven't been heavily connected to this year's quarterback class. Even with Locker's status uncertain beyond this season, they're unlikely to take the quarterback plunge at No. 11 overall. Carr should be gone by the the Titans pick at No. 42, but they could have a trade in mind.
Source: Nashville TennesseanApr 24 - 1:49 PM
I have gotten that impression. Though, the more I see, the more I think Carr could be gone at 11.
Carr is a god damn clipboard jockey
Where did this sudden wave of dick riding come from?
Did he cure cancer at his pro day?
I just don't get it.
Desperate teams and the QB class is not nearly as strong as expected. That combined with the fact that Carr looks the most like what you want an NFL QB to look like.
Plz no Carr at 11
I like Carr but I have to agree not at #11.
According to Rotoworld here is where Locker seems to stand:
According to coach Ken Whisenhunt, Locker is doing "some" jogging. Locker said earlier in April that he was "shooting" to be ready for next month's OTAs, but that's not looking terribly likely. Nevertheless, he should be ready for June's minicamp. Most signs point toward Locker being the Titans' Week 1 starter, but his leash will be short. Whiz's staff is not enamored with his game.