Hasselbeck to Tennessee?


Photo: Tim Hasselbeck, courtesy ESPN

Per Pro Football Talk, Tim Hasselbeck was recently on NFL Live and gave an opinion stating that his brother Matthew (Seahawks Free Agent Quarterback) will more than likely play for the Titans in 2011.

“It’s kind of been assumed that my brother Matthew Hasselbeck would be back in Seattle,” Tim Hasselbeck said on NFL LiveMonday. “It is a very real possibility and it would be a bold move to see him as a Tennessee Titan. They obviously don’t want to start a rookie quarterback . . . it is a logical fit for him and I think it would surprise a lot of people.”

I’m a fan of the idea. If you want to read my thoughts on the Titans getting Hasselbeck, click here. Here is an excerpt:

The last few years have not gone well for Hasselbeck. The 3,966 yards he threw in 2007 are but a memory when compared with the 12 touchdowns and 17 interceptions he threw in 2010. Most view Hasselbeck as a quarterback that is past his prime and someone that you would only want in an emergency situation. Odd though, that he would then total 7 touchdowns and 1 interception in the playoffs following the 2010 season. Four of those touchdowns were against the defending Super Bowl Champions, the New Orleans Saints.

What do you think?

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  • PhilStrouse

    I like the idea but don’t want them to overspend. Locker is the future, from everything i have read Hasselbeck wants big money. I would rather see Jake Locker thrown to the wolves and use the money to secure CJ. JMO

  • PhilStrouse

    I like the idea but don’t want them to overspend. Locker is the future, from everything i have read Hasselbeck wants big money. I would rather see Jake Locker thrown to the wolves and use the money to secure CJ. JMO

  • bctitansized

    @PhilStrouse the only problem with your $$ argument is that the cba will shrinken lockers contract

    sorry it took me so long to reply

    thanks for the comment

  • bctitansized

    @PhilStrouse the only problem with your $$ argument is that the cba will shrinken lockers contract

    sorry it took me so long to reply

    thanks for the comment