Everything the Titans do the rest of the season needs to be about getting young players experience and evaluating whether or not they should be part of the team's future. I'm wanting to see a lot more Damian Williams. He seems to do well when given the opportunity but is too far down the depth chart to get much work. He only has one more year so he needs to be on the field. Jared Cook becomes a UFA at the end of this season. A new OC might be able to utilize him better but he's been inconsistent this season when given opportunities (both as a receiver and blocker). I want to see more Taylor Thompson and whether or not he was worth the pick. I suspect Cook will be franchised just because Thompson won't be ready. I move Babs to special teams the rest of the season and play Robert Johnson, Afalava or whoever else is on the roster and see if anyone can show any indication they can play in the secondary. Mouton is a UFA next season and I think they've decided he'll walk but, if not, there needs to be no doubts. Not as much a big deal but Quinn becomes a UFA as well. Get him more work and decide whether or not they need to extend him. Reynaud has shown me less and less at RB. I think he needs more reps down the stretch as does Harper once he's healthy. There will be some big decisions needing to be made at RB. An upgrade at RB depth might be one of them. Remember Tommie Campbell? All we heard this camp was how far he'd come along as a corner. He could be on a milk carton now. Get him work or get him gone. Finally, is Rusty #2 material? I don't want to take any snaps from Locker but there is no reason for Hasselbeck to be the #2. Rusty needs to get the scout team during the week and, if Locker does get hurt, get into the game. If the Titans are interested in building towards the future, they need to take some serious looks at roster depth and know with certainty who is worth keeping on the roster moving forward.