Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, May 10, 2014.
Discuss the final rounds of the NFL Draft today beginning at 11 am cdt.
For real, lets do this. All MILF draft 2k14.
I would not be shocked if the Titans go defense with both fourth rounders.
I wouldn't be either, Murray or not, I think we need to go QB with that first pick. I still say not getting a QB would send the wrong message.
Murray is that real.
I'd consider buying a jersey ahead of his HoF career.
I'm a Titans fan hipster.
I think we go QB, but it's not going to be the SEC QB's that still available.
Seriously with our first pick in the 4th we've got to snag a Quarterback. I'd love for it to be Murray but we need to get somebody to develop either way. No teams ahead of us are in need of a starter but many of them could use a backup Quarterback. This is the round where many of them will come off the board so we need to act fast in my opinion. Honestly it wouldn't bother me at all if we made a trade with Philly to move up and nab Murray. We give them our first 4th rounder and our 5th, I'm sure they'd take it.
Day 3 Mock Daft:
4: Cameron Fleming, OT, Standford
Lets be honest Oher is not a starting RT. Yes we made a mistake and signed him to a bigger contract then he deserves. Much like when we got Roos/Stewart we get our tackle duo for the next decade.
4: Christian Jones, ILB, Florida State
Great tackler and highly athletic, isn't afraid to take on blockers. Day 1 starter IMO.
5: Taylor Hart, DE, Oregon
6'6 280lbs. Tall and long defensive end. Good at stacking and shedding lineman, and can collapse the pocket.
6: Shaquil Barrett, OLB, Colorado State
A gritty tough linebacker who gets the job done, always makes big plays when it matters.
7: Charles Sawyer, CB, Mississippi
Tennessee is high on him and he could be sitting in the 7th for our taking due to injuries. Nice balls skill and isn't afraid to tackle.
You think this board flipped out at taking an OT in the first. If we took another in the fourth all hell would break loose
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