Obviously Locker has some things to work on, but fixing the OL/OC will be a big step in 'fixing' Locker. VY had accuracy issues when he 1st came into the league, and by his last season with us he was looking pretty good throwing the football. It can be fixed, just takes reps and an OL that can actually keep him upright for longer than 3 seconds. Another big thing though will be the OC. When you look at a lot of the other young QBs that are having success they have been given a lot of help. The colts went out and drafted Luck 2 good TEs for him to work with (a young QBs best friend). The Redskins, Seahawks and 49ers are running an offense that is 'young QB friendly' as well. You see a lot of spread O, a lot of options ... basically stuff that they were used to running in college to make the transition easier. They aren't asked to make a ton of tough throws, and are put in good situations. Another thing they all have in common is a very strong running game. Redskins, 49ers, and Seahawks had 3 of the top 4 running games in the NFL. This takes tons of pressure off of the QB when you are able to have favorable down and distances and are able to convert 1st downs on the ground consistently. Locker really didn't benefit from any of this. Palmer took a young QB and put him in an offense that was confusing even to players that had been around the NFL for a while. They asked him to make the tough veteran throws all the time. His running game was inconsistent for most of the year resulting in a lot of 3rd and longs. The offense never really seemed to have a direction, they never tried to get Locker in a rhythm, and then when the offense was finally able to move the ball and get to the redzone, the playcalling got nearly retarded. I am not excusing Locker completely. He can be inaccurate, but I do think that some people blow it out of proportion. A lot of his throws were under heavy pressure, and his line was ALWAYS getting pushed backwards. Watch some of these other teams and thier QBs literally have all day long to throw. Are you guys honestly surprised that he fixates on 1 WR sometimes? Young QB, confusing O, and no time to throw ... of course he is going to do that. He still completed a decent % of his passes for someone that was basically a rookie, so it wasn't as bad as some like to make it out to be. That being said there were times that he threw high/behind/whatever, but those things can be fixed. We did it with VY, it can be done. Unfortunately we may not get a new OC, and if that is the case, Locker may never get 'fixed' or it may take a long time ala Alex Smith. We have seen some good from Locker too though, and I think people forget that. He still needs to put it all together, but he is still very young. He was never considered a 'polished' QB coming out of the draft. You have to be patient with those type of prospects. You can't give them 1 or 2 years and kick them to the curb when they aren't playing great. We knew what we were getting into. Honestly I think he deserves at least one more year. And I don't expect for him to be an elite QB or anything, just want to see improvement. I don't mind being patient. I'm not 90 years old like Bud. I have a long time for the Titans to figure it out and get to the SB. I will be patient for now.