Again, we see the problem of guys on this message board vastly overrating their own ability to judge football talent. No one on this forum knows how good Locker can be. No one. If the Titans think Locker is the best QB in this draft class (very possible), then it's not a reach to select him at 8. If they think he's the 2nd best QB, then it's not a reach. The value of a QB trumps all other positions. You can't look at an A+ DT or DE and say that he's more valuable than an A- QB. Apples and oranges. In recent years, we've seen teams "reach" to take quarterbacks in the first round. The Ravens "reached" to select Joe Flacco. The Jets "reached" to select Mark Sanchez. The Buccaneers "reached" to select Josh Freeman. Heck, plenty of people said Sam Bradford and Matthew Stafford weren't surefire studs and not worth the 1st overall pick. In the end, the only people who look stupid are the ones who were calling it a "reach" at the time. If you believe in a QB, it's not a reach no matter how high you draft him. Maybe he'll bust, maybe he'll be a superstar. But it's always worth it to draft a quarterback you believe in. I won't argue with the logic behind this. The problem is that you can't count on Locker getting past pick #10. The small increase in "value" that you would get by trading down is not worth the gigantic risk you open yourself up to. If you think a guy is a franchise QB, just take him at 8.