Don't get me wrong, I like what I've seen from Locker, and I'm sure any time he can sit behind Hasselbeck will probably benefit him and the team in the future. Locker is a Titan for better or worse, and I'm behind him 100%. Nothing would make me happier than for Locker to become our franchise QB. Nonetheless, it still feels to me like he is a work in progress and has a lot to learn about throwing from the pocket, accuracy, reading defenses, etc. In general, from top to bottom, it seems like last year's QB class (perhaps Newton and Dalton excepted) is not as polished as this year's, with Luck, RGIII, Barkley, Jones, Weeden, Tannehill, Russell Wilson, etc. presumably all coming out. Now hopefully the Titan's wouldn't be drafting in a position to select one of the top QB prospects anyway (certainly not Luck), and obviously none of these guys are a lock to succeed on the next level. But does anyone else feel like maybe the Titans would've been better off picking a QB out of this year's draft class? Only time will tell, but right about now I'm slightly envious of the teams that have all of these potentially solid options for rookie QB's.