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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by JCBRAVE, Mar 26, 2014.
At this point there is no reason to believe Jake will be able to play a full 16 game season let alone play 10 consecutive games without getting injured. I had high hopes going in to last year which was quickly shot down vs the jets. He did not play well when he came back and the pics in the rams game were absolutely terrible as someone pointed out. Even if he does stay healthy I really don't know about this guy because his development process has been so screwed up since day 1. Time to find ourselves a nice franchise pocket passing QB.
I do wan't Winston.
I couldn't agree more...Hopefully, that will be whoever Whiz takes in this upcoming draft. Locker just isn't going to be the guy long term, and I think Whiz knows that. The faster people realize that, the better.
And you think we can get one at 11 in this draft?
I think Carr and possibly Garrapolo are both better QBs coming out of college than Jake was. We always knew Jake would be a project. These guys are more ready than he was.
Exactly why I don't want projects anymore. Obiviously I want Defense, which I have stated before, but even Barr is a slight worry...He has crazy athletic ability, but that doesn't always translate to the field. Hence why people love Mack so much more.
That can be said for anyone who's played QB since high school in this draft.
I always try pointing that out to people, about Jake not having the experience coming in and expectations should be tampered.
Now however after 4 years in an NFL system, he's a better QB than anyone in the draft. I'd even bet you guys reading this $100 Locker will have a better QB rating at the end of the year than any of those upcoming rookies.
Locker is about to go through his 3rd offensive coordinator in as many years. He is going no where.
Yea you keep saying that as if it is a hindrance, its not, its actually a benefit. Loggains SUCKED in case you missed it! And Palmer wasn't much better.
Now he has Whiz (a real NFL coach) not some equipment manager from the 1984 Oilers.