Tennessee Titans: 10 Biggest Questions for the 2011 NFL Season

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Tennessee Titans: 10 Biggest Questions for the 2011 NFL Season
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As bad as the 2010 season was both on and off the field, the 2011 season has the potential to be even worse for the Tennessee Titans. They have a ton of questions that need to be answered before and during the season, and this article highlights my top ten.

As a prelude, I'd like to make my case for trading Jake Locker, now that we've drafted.

Since the Titans (read as my beloved Titans) are almost assuredly going to have a losing season due to their lack of talent and depth across the board, there is a high probability that they could secure an early pick.

And when I say early, I mean top five. There is even a chance that Tennessee could battle the Carolina Panthers for the worst record in the NFL, and thus the rights to Andrew Luck of Stanford.

So why do we have Locker again? Because new offensive coordinator Chris Palmer likes him? Palmer can learn to love a talent like Luck, too.

While I'm going to be behind Locker his entire career in Nashville, I want a Super Bowl for my Titans, and I think Luck is the type of franchise quarterback that can and will do it.

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