Titans Have Not Had Stability At QB Since Mcnair

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by mike75, Dec 28, 2012.

  1. GoT

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    if the ball hits the WRs in the hands then it should not be butchered too the ground
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  2. dg1979us

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    THat is basically what I was going to say. Other teams would laugh at the notion that the Titans haven't had a franchise QB since McNair. There are many teams around the league that haven't had a franchise QB in decades, so 7 years or whatever is nothing. I hope we have our guy in Locker, though at this point he certainly has to improve a lot. But in reality, our dry spell at this point is no where near what other teams have had to deal with at the QB position.
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    I agree. Locker certainly has a lot to prove at this point, but we are in an era where everyone wants instant gratification. Rodgers sat 3 years before he was the starter, and he worked out. Phillip Rivers is a Charger, because they gave up on Brees way too soon, and obviously Brees worked out, etc etc etc. Locker, at this point I am honestly iffy on, but he certainly needs at least one more year, if not 2, before we decide he is a bust.
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