Jake Locker said he considers this is a make or break year. But he said he approaches every season the same way #Titans
— Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) April 7, 2014
So which way will it go?
Titans fans will have to hope for the best when quarterback Jake Locker takes the field this season. After suffering a season-ending injury last year, Locker must rebound to not only take his team far, but secure his position as a member of the Tennessee Titans.
The Titans let backup quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick walk earlier this offseason, putting even more pressure on Locker. Unless the franchise decides to bring in another backup with veteran experience, it will be up to Locker to revitalize the reputation of the team.
This year, there is plenty of promise for the Titans — specifically on the defensive side of the team. While few additions have been made on offense (and more than enough departure), it’s worth noting that there’s still plenty of time left in the offseason. Whether Ruston Webster has any tricks up his sleeve has yet to be seen.
We can dream, can’t we?