Ok, a TON has gone on in the last few days, both for the Titans and around the league. What do you think will change in draft predictions? Here's my take: New Orleans just got their QB for the next few years, I doubt they'll pull the trigger on one at number 2 when they just tied up 60 million on Brees. Miami, one of the biggest QB seekers, has Daunte. Detroit signed Kitna, and probably wouldn't pay a bundle to trade up for a QB. Will New Orleans make another pick at #2, or will they trade? There is much less demand for QBs now, Houston was rumored to be shopping for a trade, but didn't get much interest. I can't think of a team that would be at a point to trade up to grab a QB, can anyone? It doesn't seem like Chicago's style to trade that far up, and the Redskins are running out of money and draft picks. If New Orleans trades out, we'll have our pick of the three QBs. Why do I think we're taking a QB? Well, our biggest holes were O-line, safety, LB, and WR. None of those really could have been solved that early in the draft, or at least weren't worth it. Hawk was the closest, and with Thornton and Bulluck, I don't see us putting that much more investment into the LBs this offseason, maybe a little more for a backup. We've addressed WR, and O-line to some degree, so our major hole is QB. I think we'll take the one we think is the best and then hit up a safety in round two, unless we somehow manage to sign Chris Hope in the next few days, then round 2 becomes all about BPA. I will say I don't think we're "gearing up for a run," despite the pickups. Thornton and Givens are both young guys who will be valuable to the team long term, and neither are huge names that will literally be all over the board. The Mawae pickup was a huge surprise, but apparently the FO didn't think we could use Bell or Amano (or Amato, I get them confused) to start, so they put some money into it because a truly great player was available. I think the reasons for this activity are that Reese and Fisher are finally feeling some pressure and are really making changes to make us better. We're definitely building a young team, but they know they're running out of time. They've made a HUGE deal about the character and leadership of all three signings, so they clearly want to make an impact on the additude and leadership on the team. I think this is just the first indication that they're running out of patience and truly expect us to make serious progress this next season. All that being said, I'm THRILLED with the last few days, because I think we've seen our team making some big steps. Signing a franchise QB with the #3 pick will really stabilize us for some time to come. What does everyone think about all this? Any other major changes in either the draft interests of other teams, or of the Titans needs?