Goals For Jake Locker Heading Into First Start Of 2012

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Nashville, Tenn. (WHNT) - Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Munchak is a precise communicator.

When he named Jake Locker the starter for Friday's second preseason game, he outlined what he needed to do to likely end the quarterback controversy in the Music City.

"Even though he's not going to get as much time as he'd like," said Munchak.  "He'll get 20-25 plays or two drives where we do something positive with points.  We'd like to see 10 points and move the ball, move the chains and make plays and I think those are the things you want to see."

Titans take on Tampa Bay at 6:30 CT P.M.

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