SUMMARY: The Titans spent the last two drafts addressing needs. In 2004, the goal was to replace DE Jevon Kearse and the team drafted Travis LaBoy, Antwan Odom and Bo Schobel. Last year, wide receiver and corner were key needs after the departure of Derrick Mason and a number of receivers along with Samari Rolle and Andre Dyson in the secondary. Most people expect the Titans to address some needs such as at QB, LB, S and possibly a third-down RB but GM Floyd Reese said the team is now in a position to look more at the best player available in this draft in the middle rounds. "I think one of the luxuries this year is we don’t have to draft that way this year," Reese said. "With the middle rounds, we are able to go ahead and take the best athlete, whatever he is. Anytime you can [take the best player], you always have a better draft." What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.