Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports
Former LSU and current Tennessee Titans quarterback Zach Mettenberger could be looking for a NFL new team, according to NFL scout Chris Landry.
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—QB Zach Mettenberger is on the roster bubble after the Titans signed Matt Cassel to be their No. 2 quarterback.The Titans probably missed the boat to trade Mettenberger after he started six games and averaged 7.9 YPA with an 8:7 TD:INT ratio as a 2013 rookie. Forced into duty last season, he struggled averaging 5.6 YPA with a 4:7 TD:INT ratio across four starts. With two years left on his rookie deal, Mettenberger is cheap and could possibly bring back a late-rounder if dealt.
The Titans selected Mettenberger in 6th round of the 2014 NFL Draft (178 overall).
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29 Comments
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tiggah198198 months
Darcy Malone has better footwork than Mett..fanbois need to let this one go and quit acting like this guy is a capable starting qb in the nfl
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Gary Busey98 months
Bust
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11thACR98 months
Mett was a Good 6th Round Pick...and is a good NFL back up...he is what he is....
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tiggah198198 months
Define good? I consider Matt Flynn good...mett, lol
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therealchampion98 months
Odell Beckham Jr and Jarvis Landry would make any quarterback look good in college. I guess Tennessee don't have receivers of that caliber. Wish him luck though.
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JuiceTerry98 months
Bust
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siliconvalleytiger98 months
Don't care. Loved him at LSU!
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TheWalrus98 months
The way our fanbase has knighted for this guy is pathetic. He's mediocre
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DustyRhodes8598 months
Mediocre? GTFO Coo coo ca choo
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Datbayoubengal98 months
Thank You. Mett would be perfect to learn behind Ben for my Steelers. I hope we offer. Mett is not a playmaker so I definitely didn't expect him to perform well early with a good team let alone a team devoid of playmakers, a run game, and a crappy OL.
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GaTiger2798 months
As I said below. Pitt is where he belongs. From one Berger to another Berger. They're basically the same size, both have cannons. Go look back at Big bens early years, the stats are pretty comparable and he eventually became a champion and the man he is today.
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Corch Urban Myers98 months
Mett would be a good fit with the Steelers on their offense.
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ULSU98 months
Cassell is a much older and more expensive version of exactly what Zach Mett is. Stupid move, IMO.
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lsutigersFTW98 months
Can't wait for his "I didn't make a team ??Selfie"
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Cheesy Beaver98 months
saints
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Doug_H98 months
Hopefully he can go to one of the two teams that I had hoped would have drafted him, Cardinals or Chargers. Each have an established veteran starter that is built similar to him that he can learn from, and offense that suits him well.
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GaTiger2798 months
As I said below. Pitt is where he belongs. From one Berger to another Berger. They're basically the same size, both have cannons. Go look back at Big bens early years, the stats are pretty comparable and he eventually became a champion and the man he is today.
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El Magnifico98 months
Needs to go to the Cardinals
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GeismarGeauxer98 months
Get him to the Saints and let him learn from Drew.
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Big Sway98 months
Future Cowboy!
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GaTiger2798 months
*Steeler
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Tiger Nation 8498 months
Mett is the perfect example of a QB who needs to be under a veteran for a year or 2.
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GaTiger2798 months
Steelers
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emanresu98 months
He needs to attend the Matt Flynn School of Backup Ballers. Not a bad life.
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CarterWilson71798 months
Chase Daniels must have attended Flynn's school
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AlabamasSalaryCap98 months
I hope Denver brings him in to camp.
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TaderSalad98 months
I have been hoping the same thing... however, Mark Sanchez isn't really the type of veteran Mett should learn from. Pitt would be another ideal fit for Mett.
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Captain Lafitte98 months
@TaderSalad -- I would like to have Zach in Pittsburgh.
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GaTiger2798 months
Pitt is where he belongs. From one Berger to another Berger. They're basically the same size, both have cannons. Go look back at Big bens early years, the stats are pretty comparable and he eventually became a champion and the man he is today.
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