Let me start off by saying, I am a firm believer in building through the draft. I feel that you should only dip into FA for depth, or to pickup that one remaining piece that you have not been able to address on your team. With that being said I was all on the Andy Levitre bandwagon. At the same time I wanted the Titans to select Chance Warmack with the 10th pick in the upcoming draft. I thought about the immediate dilemma that this would create. Both of these players are Left guards. So in this instance (based on seniority) the rookie would be moved to Right guard. I hate this idea because now this young player is adjusting to a new position (hand placement, etc. ...) instead of just getting comfortable with their new surrounding (learning playbook, teammates, settling in, etc. ...). Which leads me to my point of discussion: Option A (not my favorite choice but I could live with it) If we are going to make a push for Andy Levitre then in the upcoming draft I think we need to trade back to acquire an extra pick(s). If we go this route, we could select the safety, interior defense lineman or cornerback of our choice. In the second round we fully finish addressing the offensive line by selecting Larry Warford. I don't know if any of you guys got the chance to watch him during Senior Bowl practice or got a chance to watch the game but he was spectacular. (Senior bowl practice notes: Larry Warford is a beast. He had a dominant week at the Senior Bowl, rarely getting beat in the one-on-ones in practice. He also had a massive block to open up a big running lane for Mike Gillislee during the game. He solidified his second-round status). What makes this work perfectly is that Larry Warford is a Right guard. So once he enters camp, he would only have to adjust to his surroundings instead of trying to learn a new position. So with the second (2nd round) pick we can select a d-lineman if we selected a safety in the first round or vice versa. Option B (my favorite) Now I see two ways of doing this, but this is the route I would take. I select Chance Warmack with the 10th pick. If a trade partner makes themselves known I can trade back no more than 4 slots I would take the trade and I still believe he would be available. I don't think he will make it past St. Louis. He steps in as the starter at Left guard. In the second round, I still select Larry Warford. He steps in at Right guard, now we have our interior in place for the next 4-10 years. If I traded back I would be able to select Brandon Williams with the second (2nd round) pick. (Senior bowl practice notes: Brandon Williams was one of the top defensive linemen at the Senior Bowl. Like Robert Alford, Williams showed off his ability and dominated BCS competition. The consensus is that Williams has entered second-round territory; players with massive bodies (6-2, 340) who can move as well as Williams are a rare commodity.) Now in free agency we can focus on the safety position. This is where it gets interesting because I would make a run at Jairus Byrd (Notes: Jairus Byrd is one of the top safeties in football. He shuts everything down in coverage - he was responsible for no touchdowns all year - and he constantly comes up with turnovers. He's also decent in run support and is seldom penalized. He deserves a massive contact). I am fully aware that Byrd will possibly be franchised but if we feel he is worth it then we should make a push. The other player I would strongly push for would be LaRon Landry. He is going to the Pro Bowl this season and it seems as if he is fully recovered for the achilles injury previously suffered. He would slide in the SS position for us and be electric against the run and intimidating when WR go across the middle. I feel this option make us younger and stronger on the lines which will help on both sides of the ball. With G. Williams back in the fold we will be aggressive so their isn't an immediate need to pickup a dominant DE. If one is available by all means he would be welcomed. But I fully expect our linebackers to lead us in sacks moving forward. Alright, dinner is served - Dig in.