Titan Sized Takes: Quarterback Quandry

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With the departure of Vince Young and the the potential of losing Kerry Collins to the Country Music industry looming, the Tennessee Titans will have more options than first thought to fill the void. Who do you think will be under center next season?

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  • vernernation

    I do not want to see Donovan Mcnabb or Kevin Kolb playing in tennessee I would much rather an option who is not their in Colin Kaepernick, I think he is a great player and a QB that would fit better with our offensive smile, he is like Cam newton but better as he can actually pass by making reads as well as moving the ball on the ground, just my personal opinion but I would much rather see Kaepernick in tennessee from this draft.

    • dreWells

      Great point!

      I agree about McNabb, he is an aging star that is too pricey.
      Kolb is unfortunately overpriced, because he’d be a good fit.
      Kaepernick has serious upside, but predicting the results from first round QB picks is a turkey-shoot.

      Thanks for the read and keep the comments coming!

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