Titans got a good one in Morgan I never had the Titans picking Derrick Morgan in any of my mock drafts. I never had him, because I didn’t think the defensive end would still be available at No. 16. If I did, I probably would have picked him every time. Even though I can’t lie – I really like Brandon Graham as well. So too, did the Eagles, who grabbed him at No.13. But the Titans were fortunate to get Morgan, a first team All-American at Georgia Tech. Of the top ends picked in the first round of the NFL Draft on Thursday, he’s considered by many to be the most NFL ready, ahead of Graham, and far ahead of South Florida’s Jason Pierre-Paul. The Giants made the Titans' decision easy when they selected Pierre-Paul ahead of them at 15. I know some inside Baptist Sports Park really liked Pierre-Paul'spotential, and probably would’ve been lobbying for him. But I’m not sold on Pierre-Paul. He’s a heck of a risk. Morgan is much more of a sure thing. I’ll be surprised if he’s not a starter at some point in 2010, maybe even the season opener vs. Oakland.