The 2010 NFL season has been a roller-coaster ride for the Tennessee Titans, and that is mostly because of their quarterbacks.
This slideshow will show which of the three quarterbacks gives the Titans the best chance to win.
Jeff Fisher feels as though anyone but Vince Young gives the team a good shot, but is it true or is he just trying to put down a quarterback that saved his job last year?
The Titans have started three quarterbacks—Vince Young, Kerry Collins and Rusty Smith—this year. The team won with two of the quarterbacks, while getting shut out in Smith's only start.
So whether or not any of these quarterbacks actually end up in Tennessee next year, I am going to break down which gives the Titans the best opportunity to win.
Rusty Smith has played in two games this season, starting one.
In his first game Smith relieved an injured Vince Young and Kerry Collins. He went 3-of-9 passing for 62 yards with an interception. Smith led the team to a field goal to take the lead in an eventual 19-16 overtime loss to Washington.
Smith's only career start in his rookie year was even less impressive.
Against the worst pass defense in the league, the Houston Texans, Smith was 17-of-31 passing for 138 yards with three interceptions, as his favorite target was apparently Glover Quin from the Texans defense.
Smith has already shown defenses he can't move the ball through the air, so the Texans were easily able to stop Chris Johnson and Javon Ringer as the ground game racked up fewer than 30 yards on 11 carries.
In the end he wasn't even able to lead to the team into Rob Bironas' field goal range without throwing an interception.
The final verdict on Rusty Smith is the sixth-round pick needs a year or two of sitting on the bench behind a good quarterback so he can learn the ropes of the NFL.
Kerry Collins has started three games this year to relieve an injured or benched Vince Young for whatever reason Jeff Fisher sees fit.
In those games Collins has a 1-2 record, with the one win coming against Philadelphia. That win is more of a credit to Kenny Britt and the defense than any other part of the team.
In Collins' three starts he has gone 40-of-83 passing with three touchdowns and four interceptions.
While Collins has managed to get the team in the end zone, all three touchdown passes were by virtue of Kenny Britt coming back and catching horribly underthrown balls and making something happen. However, Collins still gets credit.
Collins is a decent backup compared to some in the league when he is on, but at 14-14 as a starter since 2006 (the year Young was drafted) he is not a quarterback that can lead a team to wins consistently.
Collins' accuracy has been sapped by age and a torn ligament in his middle finger.
The final verdict on Kerry Collins is that he has had a pretty good career but, just like Brett Favre is learning, there is a time in which you have to hang up your helmet and call it quits. That time is at the end of this season for Kerry Collins.
Vince Young is by far the best quarterback on the Titans roster.
Young has started eight games this year, and the Titans have won four of those games. In those eight games, Young has done his part. He is 84-of-138 passing with 10 touchdowns and only three interceptions.
Young has only thrown an interception in two games and has been one of the top-rated passers throughout the season. He is also 30-17 since his rookie year, including wins he got after taking over an 0-6 team last year.
The team also seems to rally around Young, as Johnson is able to do much more because of Young's ability to run and throw the deep ball.
Young hasn't been the most accurate or mature player, but many players have issues in their first few years as being a star.
Young has been rapidly developing into a better pocket passer each time he steps on the field, but that doesn't mean he has lost his ability to take off and run when he has to.
Young's biggest problem is all the criticism he gets from the media and his head coach even when he came in and save Jeff Fisher's job last year.
The final verdict on Young is that he is developing into a quarterback that has a great potential to lead this team through the stratosphere. Of course that can only happen with a coach that can effectively use every bit of talent on the team.