Titans 1st 4 rounds/1.0

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  1. The Playmaker

    The Playmaker pineapple pizza party

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    Okay I'll be making a new mock draft once every week. Which would give time for Titans off-season moves to make adjustments. So let's begin.

    1st:Quentin Groves-(Aub)(DE/OLB) DL is now more of an issue with now losing 2 DE's. WR is so deep this year I wouldn't be worried. Groves is a great pass rusher and all-time leader in sacks at Auburn. Can also play OLB.

    2nd:Mario Manningham-(MICH)(WR) Great all-around WR needs to bulk up a little but is still very good. Great speed and a future star. Would make an instant impact on the team. A big time player who can be a #1.

    3rd:Earl Bennett-(Vandy)(WR) Broke a lot of records at Vandy and if he does drop to the third which I think he will he is a must pick. This would give another weapon for Young. Very good possession WR who can catch the ball well and is also a deep threat.

    4th:King Dunlap-(Aub)(OL) He's is huge. Haynesworth huge as an a OL. He plays both T and G and is a very good blocker. Needs to work a little bit but is a great pick in this round. Could start at beginning of the season.

    Now to add a few player from free agency: Warrick Dunn, D.J. Hackett, Scaife, and other backups.

    So with this draft and off-season Young has many weapons Hackett, Williams, Gage, Manningham, Bennett, and Crumpler. Not to mention the new and improved running game. So now the offense can score more than 6 points in a playoff game.

    I don't have a list of free agents that's what I put backups but the defense should still be in good shape.
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  2. Architect

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    hahahahahaha:ha:
    Big King is actually a close friend of mine. He was an absolute beast in high school but particularly struggled in college mostly due to coaching. He is very raw, but may be a good pick up in a later round to play the line. I think he may be a bit too tall to play OG at the pro level in our style of offense
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  3. Psychop1

    Psychop1 Big Tee

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    I've been wondering the impact Odom and Laboy's signings will have on our draft if we choose to go DE in the first round. Most people had Cincy taking a DE ahead of us, but they obviously don't need to now.
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  4. The Playmaker

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    Oh yeah your right it was mostly coaching. I think though he has played a little OG just a couple of spot starts.
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  5. The Playmaker

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    Considering it would be easy for the Titans to sign WR's(still waiting) the best way to go in the 1st is a DE just because the WR position is so deep this year and their isn't any more quality DE's in free agency.
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  6. scottieboy97

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    whats the chances ohio state's vernon gholston's stock could fall a bit so we could get him with the 24th?
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  7. FLTitansfan

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    Being as this kid has all the tools, physical prowess, looks like a freaking body builder I'd say slim to none, But if they traded up for him i would not complain.
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  8. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    I give it 3 weeks before Gholston is suspended for HGH anyway. He's clearly a steroid user. But if the .1% chance he isn't, I'd take him, for sure.
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  9. Austin_Bill

    Austin_Bill Camp Fodder

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    I think OSU has a real steroid problem just look back at their team in 2k5. They had one of the best defenses I have ever seen and they were lead by 3 linebackers that looked like cavemen. No way those guys weren't juiced. Gholston is out of the same mold, besides he never played up to the level of his measurables.
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  10. PAtitansfan53

    PAtitansfan53 Kush & OJ

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    Right now I'm torn on whether to go WR round 1 even though its a deep class or go DE/CB round 1 since they aren't as deep.

    If we go WR I want James Hardy or wait until round 2 for a guy like Manningham, Bennett, or even Nelson.

    If we go DE like Groves we have to go WR round 2 obviously.

    Honestly though I think we have to consider a top CB falling to us as a possibility like Cason, maybe Jenkins or Talib, and even Reggie Smith.
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