There has been some rumblings lately about Brett Favre possibly coming back (nothing too authentic however). Colin Cowherd made a good point that teams that are wanting rookie QBs to step up early are being hindered greatly by the lockout, leaving Favre's window for return to be wide open.
The Titans have been said all along to be looking for a veteran QB for until Locker is ready. However, two concerns seem to surface over this. One, certain veterans (such as McNabb or others) will probably not want to come to Nashville only being promised to be the starter for the few couple of games. Two, many veteran QBs (except those who should definitely already be retired) will not want to commit to a short term deal (one year, or two years at most) which the Titans might be looking for, especially if they are going to bring a very well respected veteran (who is also very expensive). Simply put, McNabb and Hasselbeck probably won't want to sign a deal for one or two years and only be seen as Locker's nursemaid. And the Titans aren't going to want to pay McNabb and Hasselbeck for 3-5 years, like they may possibly want.
So my question to you is this, if Favre was to begin showing interest in returning for one more year, would him in Tennessee not be best for both him and the team? The Titans could sign him to a true one year deal. After the '11 season, all ties with him are done and it will be time for the heir-apparent to take his place. Sure, Favre might not take an active role in grooming Jake Locker; however, merely sitting behing Favre and learning the offense sure seemed to do well for Aaron Rodgers. My concern with Locker isn't so much that he needs a season long tutor as I just think he needs a few months with our coaches and with our offense. Something that is being greatly hindered by the labor situation. So, what are your thoughts? Could Nashville be a prime landing spot for Favre if he decided to return? If so, what would your thoughts be?