2009 NFL Mock Draft

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  1. Ubiq

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    Probably not. We wouldn't take him anyway, odds are we're going defense this year.
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  2. Fry

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    everyone knows we're a lock to go running back on the first day.
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  3. PAtitansfan53

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    I don't like Chris Henry, I mean I have no problem with him he's in my sig that I'm to lazy to change has nothing to do with my football knowledge its from when he was a rookie big deal.

    Too ealry no its been 3 years and he's yet to improve he's degressing.
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  4. The Playmaker

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    How's VY degressing? He's been injured twice and has had no help on offense. I really don't feel like arguing over this again.
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  5. Gunny

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    degressing isn't a word people.

    And Collins isn't exactly setting the world on fire with this offense.
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  6. Ubiq

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    Nice work on the thread hi-jack, fellas.
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  7. Smart***Titan

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    I agree that we won't take a WR in the first... but how does Harvin resemble Warrick in any way? Maybe height, but Harvin is already bigger, has better hands, and speed. Warrick ran like a 4.58 forty... Harvin runs right around a 4.35. Big difference. The injury situation is a genuine concern, but when he's healthy there is no bigger threat in college. Have you seen the guys average per touch? It's over 11 yds... and that's not a skewed stat that includes return yardage, that's 11 and a half yards per offensive touch... against SEC defenses. He's averaging almost 17 yards per catch, and the guy is a slot receiver that catches a lot of underneath passes. The guy can literally take any play to the house. And it's not just pure speed, I can't remember the last time I saw a guy with that much "wiggle". Much like CJ, he is capable of making a move at full speed without needing to recompose himself. I think the best comparison for Harvin is a little taller Steve Smith...
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  8. i dont necessarily agree with that draft but i do worry that if albert haynesworth leaves then we'll be forced to take a DT
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  9. titans4life10

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    I unfortunately agree with this too...I dont think R and Fish would pass on taking a stud DT first if we lose Big Al. WR is just not a priority in this office, and losing what may be the best DT in the league certainly changes your draft plans. But even if we dont lose him, I still see them drafting an DE, unless someone really steps up in the next couple weeks.

    If things go well and we resign Al, and Jones or Hayes can develop into servicable DE's alongside KVB, then I can see the Titans possibly taking a WR 1st. Even still though, with Fisher Defense is Key, so you might be looking at a Corner 1st to put next to Finny.

    Im praying for all the good things to happen and that Titans can go into this draft next year with their #1 need/want being a WR....but remember like this year's draft how fast and quick the WR's dropped into the 2nd round. Look at the guy's who are producing big....Jackson, and Avery, while guys like Sweed and Kelly are all but invisible.
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