Jake Locker doesn't look like a good fantasy play after Week 13

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Jake Locker completed just 47 percent of his passes against the Titans and was picked off three times. We break down the fantasy implications.

Jake Locker completed just 21 of 45 passes for 309 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions in Week 13 against the Texans. After throwing two picks in a loss to Jacksonville last week, Locker once again struggled with his accuracy.

The Titans offense managed just 10 points on Sunday with the ground game failing to produce as well.

Fantasy Impact: His completion percentage is never anything to brag about, but Locker was unusually off after Houston. Completing 47 percent of your passes won't benefit many owners. Plus, Locker's only score came with just over a minute to play in the fourth quarter.

Tennessee heads to Indianapolis next weekend. Locker has a better matchup for Week 14, but you might want to find someone more trustworthy for the fantasy playoffs.

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