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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitansWillWin2, Sep 30, 2012.
Exactly. It's about time.
Locker always had nagging injuries at UW too. He's not soft but it's a concern
Yet I don't think CJmade a single man miss.
Uhh... who are you saying is my "mancrush"?? Hass?.... Suuuure... Just because I said Locker wasn't ready to start the season?
He may have had 2 picks, but how many passes did your boy complete today?
"we win this game with locker"... guy didn't even complete a pass. Shut up.
He only attempted 2...
And it wouldn't surprise me if one of those was a drop or a throw-away (I can't remember).
Wright probably should have caught the first one on a slant.
But let's be honest, this offense hasn't been a juggernaut with Locker in there. I'm sure a running game would have helped, but lets not act like we were missing Tom Brady.
Haha where is lt calling cj out now
BS, he made multiple guys miss and picked up extra yards on some runs. He wasn't great at hitting the home run, but he consistently got positive yards and some long gains. He played a great game today. You can't fault a guy who picks up 140 yards in a game.
He put up 378 yards last week. I know Washington had the long run, but still, he completed a lot of passes and contributed on the ground. He also did a lot better through the air. I'm gonna wait to see Hasselbeck with a full week to prepare before I try to gauge where Locker is at, but I do know he's definitely capable of winning games. What I saw last week was very encouraging. He outplayed Stafford who is no slouch.
I'm not saying he's bad, but in three starts this year he had a so-so performance in week one, a bad game in week two and a great one in week three. You don't know what you're going to get from the guy, so anyone who says we would have won the game had Locker been in is someone who's just making excuses.