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What was once considered a position of strength has quickly become a point of weakness for the Tennessee Titans.
Arguably the league's biggest position battle this offseason, the battle between quarterbacks Matt Hasselbeck and Jake Locker has looked more like a picture of futility through two weeks of action.
The two are yet to throw a touchdown pass. In Hasselbeck's first start of the preseason he threw a pick-six on the team's first offensive play and finished the night 5-of-9 for 45 yards and two INTs.
Against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Hasselbeck didn't get a great opportunity to move himself back into the driver's seat in the QB battle.
He finished the night having only played two drives and completed 4-of-5 passes for 29 yards and ran for a gain of seven yards.
Locker, on the other hand, looked solid during Week 1 action but didn't blow anyone away. Locker's stat line read 7-of-13 for 80 yards, keeping alive all concerns about his accuracy.
In his first-ever NFL start, Locker regressed, going 4-of-11 for 21 yards, an interception and 24 yards rushing on two carries.
The two have left a lot to be expected, with no one seeming ready to take up the mantle as the Tennessee Titans' starting quarterback.