Titans rookie QB Jake Locker was impressive in Week 11, but the Titans are thrilled with Matt Hasselbeck, who we hear is the front-runner to start Week One in 2012.
Analyzing how NFL teams handle the transition from a veteran quarterback to a young passer.
Taking an early look at the Week 11 contests of note, including Falcons-Titans, Bengals-Ravens, Eagles-Giants and plenty more.
The Titans are one of the league's biggest surprises, but getting off the field on third down and igniting the running game are areas of concern.
The Titans' signing of veteran QB Matt Hasselbeck this summer wasn't really under the radar, but it didn't create major headlines across the country.
Improved attitude and commitment are paying dividends for Titans WR Nate Washington, who is becoming one of QB Matt Hasselbeck's favorite targets.
As Chris Johnson continues slowly getting up to speed after a lengthy contract holdout, Matt Hasselbeck and the offense carried the Titans over the Ravens.
In this edition, we look at the criminally bashed Tony Romo, Tom Brady's and Cam Newton's astounding passing numbers and the surprising Bills.
Fantasy guru William Del Pilar suggests some quarterbacking options that you might want to steer clear of on draft day.
Matt Hasselbeck got the start, looking sharp in his lone series, and Jake Locker threw a 45-yard touchdown pass in a 14-3 Tennessee win over Minnesota.
The verdict very much remains out under center in Seattle after the news broke that Matt Hasselbeck is out, and Tarvaris Jackson is in.
Tennessee should be an ideal landing spot for veteran QB Matt Hasselbeck, who is well respected by his teammates and has some tread left on the tires.
The Titans have agreed to a multi-year contract with QB Matt Hasselbeck, providing a mentor for rookie Jake Locker.
The Seahawks moved quickly in their attempt to replace Matt Hasselbeck, as they reportedly have come to terms with QB Tarvaris Jackson.
The Seahawks will have a new starting quarterback in 2011, as they will not re-sign Matt Hasselbeck according to Danny O'Neil of the Seattle Times.