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Young replaces Collins as Titans QB

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By PFW staff

Vince Young has replaced Kerry Collins to start the second half of the Titans game vs. the Dolphins.

Collins got the start as Young had not fully recovered from an ankle injury suffered in Week Eight. At the conclusion of the first half, Collins limped off the field and has a calf injury. His return is questionable.

Collins was 9-of-20 for 51 yards and did not complete a pass to WR Randy Moss. The Titans' third-string QB is undrafted rookie Rusty Smith.

Young fumbled on his first drive.

The way we see it

Young is clearly not 100 percent and he may not have his usual mobility, but luckily for the Titans he is able to play. He has the league's second-best QB rating and has thrown nine TDs and just two INTs. Let's see if he finds a way to get Moss the ball, but expect lots of touches for RB Chris Johnson.


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