Matt Hasselbeck has won two straight games as the Tennessee Titans starting quarterback and head coach Mike Munchak said he expects Hasselbeck to start again on Sunday against Indianapolis as the Titans look to even their record at 4-4 and get back in the AFC playoff race.
Munchak has said all along that Locker, who won the job out of camp but injured his non-throwing shoulder in Week 4, will remain the starter. Nonetheless, Munchak increasingly finds himself in a dilemma as Hasselbeck, 37, last seasons starter, as the team starts to play better.
Munchak said that the teams coaching staff would have a meeting later in the day to consult with doctors as to Lockers health. Locker has begun to throw, but Munchak said one prerequisite is that he wants Locker, the teams first round pick in 2011, to throw in traffic in practice before announcing him as the starter.
Munchak was reluctant to speculate as to whether Hasselbeck would retain the job if Locker remained out for a prolonged pe...