A lot of things worked against Jake Locker last season, including an offensive line that was in shambles by season's end.
Assuming that the offensive line improves through personnel changes, Locker should have more time to make some plays in his second full year as a starter.
With that will come a bigger role in the offense that should allow Locker to use his feet more often in a good way.
Far too many times last season, Locker had to use his feet unwillingly to escape two or three defenders pouncing on him right after the ball was snapped.
If plays can be designed to get Locker outside of the pocket and make throws on the run, then it will serve to Locker's benefit. He's way more effective in that regard.
It would also give Locker more opportunities to run the ball willingly instead of always running for his life on a broken play.
Locker simply taking snaps under center and taking a two-step drop is just not his strength at this point in his career. That was no secret when he was coming out of college.
The Titans just have to expand his role in a different way to cater to Locker's strengths. This expanded role probably wouldn't make him an Andrew Luck, but it would definitely show improvements from last season's disappointing numbers.