I'll start by saying I've been a big Locker supporter but that slant pass to Britt really hurt my confidence in him. Granted it was one throw and I'm not going to let that one play determine whether or not he will be successful in this league. That being said, I needed to look to see if there was any hope left for him and where else to turn to a past Titan QB? I've heard a lot of mention of how McNair and Locker have fairly similar starts to their careers but it doesn't seem like it would be close at this point with McNair getting the big advantage. So I decided to look at their stats to see where each of them were after their 13th start. It's almost scary how close these two guys are at the nearly same point of their career. McNair's 13th start came during the 7th game of his 3rd season, Locker his 2nd game of season 3. McNair had played in more games at this point 20 to Locker's 18. Win/Loss record is only for games they started. Here's the breakdown of Locker's stats and McNair's: I'm not saying Locker will turn into McNair, those are big shoes to fill in this franchise. They do think they share a lot of similarities though. IMO this clearly shows Locker just needs more time to develop like Steve did eventually in year 4. Steve had his worst year in his 3rd season and first full season as a starter but the Titan's brass stuck with him and it paid off. To be honest, if Locker posts the same numbers Steve did in his 3rd year I don't know if any of the fan base would want him back or if he would be allowed back as the starter in year 4. Based on past history though, I think the Titans will stick with Locker next year assuming Munch is back, Titans finish at least 8-8, and he post around a 80 QB rating, and a 2 to 1 TD/INT ratio. Will history repeat itself? I guess time will tell.