Jared Cook was one of the bright, young stars for the Tennessee Titans throughout training camp.
Drafted in the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft, Cook was an intriguing pick with a rare combination of size and speed. Tennessee was content to let veteran tight end Bo Scaife walk in free agency, as Cook was expected to take over as the every-down starter.
Cook finished with nine catches for 103 yards Sunday, which is good on paper, but a key fumble with Tennessee down 14 with 12:53 left in the fourth quarter killed the drive and the clock.
The Titans inability to rely on Cook has been key throughout the year, and his progress, which was raved upon throughout camp, looks to have come to a standstill.