Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by satkins2252, May 1, 2012.
This is my new offseason with our new coaching staff of Greg Roman/Hue Jackson/Rex Ryan
I really like your draft, though the SMU running back is named Zach Line.
My bad. I couldn't remember his name off the top off my head.
Speaking of SMU, holy heck Margus Hunt is big and fast.
I wonder how Taylor Thompson would do at DE.
I say let Hutch and Velasco fight for an OG spot, but we have to find upgrades at the other OG spot and C...I still say move Stewart to G and get a more athletic T.
Too bad Anthony Barr is returning to school, which is a smart move if he has another good season he'll be a top 10 pick next season.
The Titans badly need new management and coaching. I don't care if your a Munchak fan, he doesn't have what it takes to be an NFL Head Coach. So once they get new management the real off-season begins. The only guy they really need to worry about getting back is Cook. He won't come back unless they open up the pocket book pretty wide, or franchise tag him (which is what I predict happens). Then it is draft time. Now I know people are frustrated with Locker, I don't think he is very good either. But you have to give him one full year as a starter, then you can write him off (I know it sucks but that is the price you pay when you draft someone at #8). Plus, there aren't any draft worthy QB's this year anyway, so that waits. The real needs are (in this order)
1. Pass Rushing DE - Moore from A&M would be great
2. Interior OL (LG,C,RG) - Barrett Jones from Bama would be perfect
3. Strong Safety - Reid from LSU, Lester (Bama), Elam (Florida)
4. DT (big, disruptive)
5. CB (nickel)
6. Back up RB - to spell CJ, or if he gets hurt or slows down. Harper & Ringer dont cut it
Possibilities... Draft the best damn player with every possible pick, regardless of need... I want the best damn talent there is, ALWAYS... That is the best way to get a better product on the field.
I just revised the draft boards and its ABSOLUTELY disgusting the amount of elite players that slide because a team goes with a 'need' pick.
This guy Locker, when we reached for this 'intriguing player' (much like the Raiders did with Russell) because it was a need, we missed bonafide young stars in Nick Fairly and J.J. (or for the Raiders, Megatron and All-Day).
Nick Fairley sucks.
Besides, if an organization thinks they have a franchise QB available at their pick and they don't already have one they need to pull the trigger and live with the results.
While your list is perfectly fine.
I fail to see how Strong Safety can't be the number 1 need for the Titans.
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