Titans QB Jake Locker Beginning To Regress

So far, there’s been a lot made about Jake Locker‘s upside heading into his second season with the Tennessee Titans and while he’s gotten off to a solid start in training camp, things haven’t gone quite so well in recent days.

Jim Wyatt of the Nashville Tennessean writes that Locker has only completed 9-of-30 passes during the last two practices, while Matt Hasselbeck has been much better (26-for-31).

There’s no question that Locker’s skill set adds a new dynamic to the Titans’ offense, but 9 for 30 in a practice setting isn’t going to help convince the coaching staff that he’s ready supplant a veteran quarterback who’s much more efficient at this point. The preseason games will be huge for this quarterback competition which is why it’s still too early write of Locker.

pixy Titans QB Jake Locker Beginning To Regress

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