Posted by Will Brinson
Vince Young was profiled by the NFL Network before Sunday's games, and while most of the analysts (Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin) agreed he was becoming an "NFL quarterback," Warren Sapp was much less optimistic, stating that his "style is pedestrian." Looks like Sapp will get the last laugh, at least for today, as Jeff Fisher benched Young during the second half of Tennessee's game against the Steelers in favor of Kerry Collins.
When Collins started warming up on the sidelines, the Titans didn't have a single first down in the second half, Young had passed for just 66 yards, rushed for just 12, fumbled once and thrown two interceptions.
So it's not entirely unreasonable for Fisher to be a little upset -- especially when you consider that the Titans were losing by double digits to a team that required Charlie Batch to take snaps at quarterback.
You'll of course recall that both Young and Collins have won and lost their starting jobs after poor in-game performances by the other quarterback, so it's not like this a new experience for either one.
A strong performance by Collins could keep VY on the bench, but a mediocre showing could always bring Young right back onto the field, although at least for today that seems doubtful.
Update (3:30): It's doubtful that Jeff Fisher is really thrilled about the replacement work, because it took all of four plays for him to throw an interception.
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