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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by 520, Sep 4, 2013.
How it feels to get all warm and tingly for Jake Locker.
Hate to say it, but I agree with DW. I'm not a Locker hate, but i'm a Locker doubter. Hopefully he'll prove me wrong. I like what I saw in pre-season, but that's pre-season.
Really, isn't it just as easy to be positive rather than negative? There is as much evidence that he will succeed as there is he won't. The more positive YOU are , the more positive is your world. Try it, and if you don't like it, you can always step back into your negativism, where you feel safe.
this needs to be read and put to use by many of our posters here....whats the point in doubting your team...call it realism whatever yall act like jakes been playing like geno smith lol smh
Evaluating a player and forming an honest opinion, whether that opinion turns out to be right or wrong, has nothing to do with being positive nor negative. It's about being honest, and if some so chose to not wish upon a star with regards to a player, it's fine. Every fan forms their own opinion about the players on this team, and there's nothing wrong with someone stating an honest opinion about a given player.
Jake has seemed to progressed well but I have yet to see the consistency from him. We are still failing to finish drives and that's another issue that will fall on him at some point. I know he hasn't played too many games but I was hoping to get more out of him by this point in his career. I think he will be a great leader for this team but as for making the pro bowl and being a great qb, thats another story.
I agree that Jake needs to become more consistent. The good news is that Jake looks more comfortable this year, partially due to Loggins play calling. Jake has some touch on the ball for the first time since he was a rookie. The running game will help to score inside the red zone and finish drives. If his WR's and TE's help him make some plays, this really could be Locker's year!
I'm really surprised Locker hasn't developed a nickname by now. If I were to give him one today it would be "The Wildcard" because you never know what you're going to get. I could see this being the year he takes it to the next level and solidifies himself as our franchise QB though.
I am really hoping you are right. "The Wildcard" would seem to fit him as you never know what you will get out of him on a weekly basis but I am hoping we can get him to be "a beast" by the end of this year
Yea I believe Lynch already has that one locked up though.