Tennessee Titans Need To Start QB Vince Young
Titans quarterback Vince Young lost his starting job last year because veteran quarterback Kerry Collins was winning in Tennessee. Now that Kerry Collins and the Titans are 0-5, its time to get your money’s worth out of your #1 draft pick.
There’s no better time than now to evaluate Young than now. It’s not like you’re pulling Collins while your team is 5-0, their 0-5, they have nothing to lose, besides, the Tennessee Titans will owe Young $14.2 million if he is on the team next year and they need to find out if he’s not only the future of the franchise but if he’s worth the time and MONEY.
It’s not like he doesn’t have the ability, Young led the Titans to the playoffs in his rookie year including some huge comebacks against the New York Giants with the Giants leading 21-0 in November 2006 and one month later Young led a comeback win against the Buffalo Bills.
Young also holds the NFL record for rushing yards by a rookie quarterback with 552, breaking the old record of 408 yards set by Bobby Douglass in 1969.
He won the Associated Press NFL Offensive Rookie of The Year honors at the conclusion of the 2006 NFL season, becoming only the third quarterback to win the award, along with Dennis Shaw and Ben Roethlisberger.Young was also named to the 2007 Pro Bowl to replace Philip Rivers whose foot injury kept him out of what would have been his first Pro Bowl appearance.
Message to Titans head coach Jeff Fisher: START VINCE YOUNG!!!