Draft a WR @ 11!.....

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  1. Aqutis30

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    Enough of the untapped "potential" talk. Either they produced in college or they can GTFO. I'm sorry, I'm not hating, it's just that this franchise has built around "potential" for what? The last 1.3 decades? Where has it gotten us? Leave the "potential" picks for rounds 6 and 7.
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  2. GOFIGURETITANS

    GOFIGURETITANS Don't Do Stupid Sh't !

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    We need qb at 11. If we dont, then we need hi impact DE.
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  3. Aqutis30

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    If the FO is upset that we moved away from the plan of running the football by using the pass way more after paying $100M in FA to get the best OL for the run, then I find it hard that they would even consider WR at 11.
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  4. griff33daddy

    griff33daddy Special Teams Standout

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    cj cant stay, we can use shonn greene and a late round back to due the same thing cj does, will we have the one long run every 30 carries, probably not but we will have steady running game that doesnt cost us so much. easley in the second though i would go crazy for
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  5. 520

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    i thnk they were mad at the fact they were supposed to go one way but went another...not that they are dead set on being a power running team
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  6. Mythology

    Mythology Camp Fodder

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    I think the Titans need to Draft 1st rnd Kalil Mack and in the 2nd round Trent Murphy DE Stanford. That would give a huge upgrade to our Defense!
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  7. SawdustMan

    SawdustMan Pro Bowler Tip Jar Donor

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    Taking a WR at 11 would make just about the least amount of sense possible. Right after punter, kicker, and fullback.
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  8. SawdustMan

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    I remember many of us saying similar things this past offseason when we drafted Hunter. "Oh man! Wright, Britt, Washington, AND Hunter! We're gonna be sick!"

    Problem is if you don't have someone to get them the ball on a consistent enough basis then it really doesn't matter how many talented receivers you have.
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  9. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    I wouldn't say Martin has untapped potential as in he never produced, just that he hasn't hit his ceiling yet. The guy had 82 tackles and 11.5 sacks in 2013.

    Martin in the second would be a good pick.
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  10. Mitch86

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    As bad as I hate to say it...the Locker experiment should end. Unless they can sell the 1st round pick and buy a bionic suit for him. I'm not one to call Locker "injury prone"...but the guy has had horrible luck and can't stay healthy. Combine that with possibly missing the off season and having to learn yet another system, odds are against him. If he can't light it up this year, he's gone anyway... Sell the farm and draft a QB.
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