Case for a third QB: Logan Woodside making the decision difficult for the Titans
QBC Nashville trainee Logan Woodside has had a strong camp with the Tennessee Titans and is in the mix for a roster spot for the 2019 season. Here’s an excerpt from a piece by The Athletic’s John Glennon about Logan’s strong showing:
Of course, the Titans wouldn’t keep just any third quarterback on the roster, so Woodside must prove himself worthy of claiming a roster spot that might otherwise go to a special-teams standout.
Can he do it?
It’s probably best not to doubt Woodside, as the native of Frankfort, Ky., — population of about 28,000 — has been making believers out of skeptics for a number of years. A two-star recruit who didn’t receive a single Power 5 scholarship offer (per Rivals.com), Woodside headed north to Toledo and blitzed the Mid-American Conference, throwing for 73 touchdowns and more than 8,000 yards in his final two seasons alone.
“Coming out of Kentucky like I did, not a whole lot of guys really make it out of there,” Woodside said. “I’ve always had a little bit of a chip on my shoulder. … There’s been people telling me I’m not good enough or whatever, so I’m just trying to prove to myself I can do it, and to take care of myself and my family.”