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It was an overall rusty outing for Jake Locker, who was up against a relentless Rams pass rush. He struggled to develop any rhythm with his wide receivers and never seemed to really settle down.
Locker threw two interceptions on the day, including one that was intended for Kenny Britt. According to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean, offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains thought it was a poor throw on Locker's end.
His accuracy was an issue outside of the short completions, but he did have two short throws that went to Shonn Greene and Colin Mooney for 20-plus-yard gains.
Locker did make a gutsy touchdown run up the middle after breaking a tackle to put the Titans up, 21-14. You love the toughness he's displaying right now, but his accuracy remains inconsistent.
There was a great strike to Kendall Wright in the fourth quarter that ended up getting erased with an interception two plays later. It was a bad throw that Locker was fortunate didn't cost the Titans the game.
The most important thing in the end is that the Titans got the win, and Locker managed the game well enough to make sure that happened. However, it wasn't a performance that added any more confidence that he is the long-term franchise quarterback.