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Started at the bottom, now we here.....better get used to it.
Yes, I just hope he knows that he is only here to teach Locker though.
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Yes. He is hear to win games, not just to mentor Locker. It was a responsible move by the Titans FO. To move on from Kerry Collins' 2-11 qb play. And move on to someone who could actually win games, teach Locker, and allow him time to develope (not just start the season 0-6 and pitch him to the wolves) was the best move the FO could have made this offseason, and they did just that.
Yes. Absolutely a great move. Hasselbeck when healthy is a better QB than anyone we've had under center since McNair (but that's not saying much).
Yes, but Hasselbeck is getting a pretty good deal. Titans overpaid a little. Not sure it was necessary.
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Yes. Great way to bridge the gap from the VY debacle to the Locker tenure. Solid QB, good leader and a good locker room presence. All things we need. We may have a overpaid a bit, but the biggest chunk of that $$ is in the 3rd year, and I wouldn't be surprised if he's not a Titan in year 3 anyway.
The guy was probably the best free ageny QB out there (Anderson ain't that good and McNabb is washed up). Ask the Saints if Hasselbeck can still win a game.
Now if we can only keep him in one piece for most of the season.
i think it's a solid move, and i believe its great that our two qbs have a relationship established already. locker will benefit tremendously from studying under a vet like hasselbeck.
Good move to obtain a veteran QB. Too early to determine if we paid too much. Personally, I would like to have had Bulger (for less cash) and used the extra $$$$ on CJ.
"Conceit is bragging about yourself.Confidence means you believe you can get the job done." Johnny U.
Yes, because he was the best free agent option at quarterback.
Yes, I think it's a solid move.
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