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Tennessee Titans: Taking a Closer Look at Team’s QB Situation

March 29, 2014   ·   Travis Wakeman   ·   Jump to comments

The Tennessee Titans will head into the 2014 season with a new head coach and the possibility of having a new starting running back, if they eventually move Chris Johnson.
But should the team be satisfied with what they have at the most important position—quarterback?
Jake Locker was taken with the No. 8 overall pick in the 2011 NFL draft, but in that time, he has played in less than half (23) of the team's 48 games. Last season, he played in just 7 games after a foot injury forced him to miss the rest of the season and led to Lisfranc surgery.
In a text message Friday to The Tennessean, Locker said things are going well and that his foot "feels awesome."
However, in his three years in the league, Locker has thrown 22 touchdown passes while turning the ball over 20 times. On top of that, the team released veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick, who put up an 82.0 rating while filling in for Locker last year.
That should send a clear message to Locker that he must perfo...

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