Too early? Titans Mock Draft

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by ScotTitan, Oct 18, 2011.

  1. TheSureThing

    TheSureThing WHY DIDNT YOU DRAFT JOHNNY FOOTBALL?!?

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    Yeah I figured that was a stretch. He never really had elite speed to begin with, so if he can't come back fully from that ACL tear he may slip pretty far.

    Kendall Wright IMO is the biggest sleeper in the draft. We could probably get him in the 4th depending on how his combine goes.

    I think we should definitely consider taking 2 receivers because of how deep the draft is this year, one in the 2nd and one in the 4th or 5th. If we hit on either one of those picks we'll be set at that position for a long time with Britt and that pick.
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  2. Ensconatus

    Ensconatus Losing faith...

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    I actually really like that idea. A qb can only be as good as his receivers let him be. Of course some qbs make receivers look good, but it never hurts to have great targets.

    Micheal Floyd seems like a bust to me tho. Soon as he gets a little money that kids gonna haunt us.

    Broyles.... Slips but I still think within the first three rounds depending on what the docs find. Could be a steal.

    Criner... Has had some great catches, seems like a winner...

    Kearse... I kind of like this pick, builds some immediate foundation with locker... I'm sure locker could also give some good inside info on the cat.

    My dream pick? Blackmon. simply put.beast.

    The pick I would hate? Jeffrey.. Kid looks like he runs with boulders strapped to his feet... If we want the, we got cook.
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  3. TheSureThing

    TheSureThing WHY DIDNT YOU DRAFT JOHNNY FOOTBALL?!?

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    Blackmon and Jeffrey will be top 10. No need to worry about them.
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  4. Ensconatus

    Ensconatus Losing faith...

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    Ha, we've got a great chance at being ^in there. We are 4-4.... Cheeser defense, crap run game... Off sync qb/wr.... We are gonna win? Lol
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  5. ScotTitan

    ScotTitan Special Teams Standout

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    what about McNutt whilst your discussing WR's?

    Also like AJ Jenkins and T.Y Hilton later on
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  6. steverife

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    I'm not sure anyone had a Broyles as a top 3 receiver. He was rated as a 2nd round or worse pick last year. A lot of people take that to mean 2nd, then get disappointed when they go 4th. He isn't big, he is something of a product of the system guy, and now he has this. I could see anywhere between 2nd and 5th.

    Personally, I like Jeffery. He may look slow because he is huge, but watch the highlights and he eludes and outruns the fast guys. I think he will be a beast in the pros. The difference between Jeffery and Cook is that Jeffery has consistently produced while people just talked about Cook's potential when he showed glimpses.
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  7. ScotTitan

    ScotTitan Special Teams Standout

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    My latest creation-

    Titans finish 7-9, and recieve the 10th overall pick.

    Titans trade 10th(1) and 108th(4) to the Bengals for 22(1),54(2) and 86(3)

    Titans recieve a modest 4 and 5 comp picks.



    1. Luke Kuechly LB BC 6'2 237lbs
    Best Linebacker in the country.

    2a. Vontaze Burfict LB ASU 6'3 250lbs
    Double dip at linebacker, and take at advantage of a deep LB class and a dwindling Burfict. Still as strong as an ox. Would play Kuechly at Mike and Burfict at Will.

    2b. Mike Brewster C Ohio State 6'4 305lbs
    We need a Centre bad, Konz goes before him.

    3a. Marvin McNutt WR Iowa 6'2 215lbs
    Legit reciever.

    3b. Kawann Short DT 6'3 310lbs
    I like this guy alot.

    4(Comp). Trevor Guyton DE 6'3 285lbs
    Could shed a few pounds, but would fit into the bigger DE set -up we have.

    5. Winston Guy SS 6'1 216lbs
    Open camp for the SS position. Guy, Campbell and a Vet can fight it out.

    5(Comp). Rekovious Watkins OG 6'4 340lbs

    Underated Guard who manhandles pretty much every d'line he sees.

    6.Juron Criner WR 6'4 215lbs
    Big target for Mr Locker. Britt,McNutt,Criner,Williams is a nice group.

    7. Rhett Ellison TE 6'5 245lbs
    We could do with another fast TE.
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  8. steverife

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    I watched Burfict again last night, at least until I fell asleep. I wanted him before the season started, but I like him less and less as a player every time I watch him. He has absolutely no composure.
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  9. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    I agree. Everytime I watch the guy play (in a full game, and not just highlights) I like him less and less.

    He's a big-hitter & decent tackler. Terrible on coverage. No composure or sportsmanship. Seems to be a punk.
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  10. RazorbackTitans

    RazorbackTitans Starter

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    To Greg's defense, at one time he was leading a pack of what is probably the best WR corps in college football. Of coarse when he got hurt he fell behind a little bit, the competition at his position is fierce. That was a pretty nasty injury that happened last season and has taken him a while to get back up to par. Meanwhile, some of these other guys on Arkansas's depth chart got hot and any one of the Razorback recievers could have a great career in the NFL. :D
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