The Tennessee Titans have found a decision about their starting quarterback for the 2012 season, but the Arizona Cardinals are still looking for answers to the same question. Both teams will square this Thursday at 8 PM ET at LP Field in a week 3 preseason game.
The odds have the Titans -3 points against the Cars, and the game total is set at 42.5.
Early this week the Titans announced that it’s going to be Jake Locker over veteran Matt Hasselbeck in the quarterback position in week one of the season.
“We talked about the (Tampa Bay) game and watched it. There are a lot of things that you can turn a lot of ways in games. He made mistakes early but came back and made better decisions later on when he had the same decision to make. Like when he took off and ran, after we converted on a third and eight and had a first down and we had a penalty on holding and now we are third, and 18, there was no one open, and he got enough yards for us to make the field goal,” Munchak said about Locker.
Locker was a first-round-pick for Tennessee in the 2011 season, and last year looked terrific whenever Matt was on the bench due to an injury.
The Cardinals are still undecided to give the job to Kevin Kolb, an overrated injury prone quarterback with lots to prove, or, give John Skelton a shot starting the season.
Skelton looked impressive at the end of 2011 season and has looked better than Kolb in the recent preseason games.