With the 17th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, The Tennessee Titans select...

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  1. Deuce Wayne

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

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    Brandon Graham, DE from the University of Michigan.

    And I'm not typically a homer- but that's our guy. Or at least it better be, and if not we'll regret it. As high as I was on Lamarr Woodley- I'm higher on Graham.
    Graham should have broken Woodley's sack record also- and I'm not sure how he didn't, but anyway...

    As long as it's DE, DT or MLB I'll probably be happy, but please let it be BG...

    and it's even possible that he's not there when we pick.


    So what say you? With the 17th pick of the NFL draft, the Titans select...
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  2. Chapparal97

    Chapparal97 Grumpy Old Fart

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    Brian Price - UCLA
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  3. AH3

    AH3 Rookie

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    Rolando McClain.

    If he's gone, either Brandon Spikes or the best DE available.
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  4. Gunny

    Gunny Lord and Master Tip Jar Donor

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    I'm of the same thought, though if Bulluck is done, I hope we get McClain.
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  5. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    the only noteworthy thing spikes did last year was try to poke someone's eyes out.
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  6. Big Time Titan

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    ...Derrick Morgan DE Georgia Tech
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  7. eTitan81

    eTitan81 Touchdown Titans

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    i hope they make it good cause we gave up our 2nd rounder to get jared cook in the draft last year
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  8. Shanvhere

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    Anything DEF!!!! Maybe a CB
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  9. AH3

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    Actually, he played very well from what I saw. And he was the leader of a pretty good defense. Would you turn down Haynesworth just because he stomped on a guy's head? Not saying he's as good as Big Al, but still, same principle. He's no Pacman or anything, just 1 incident.
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  10. GLinks

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    Well, I'd love to get McClain, but I'm with you on this, Gloat. If the pick is Brandon Graham, I'll be more than happy, and I wanted Woodley, in the second, that year as well. I've been watching Graham at the Senior Bowl, and I think he's the real deal. Maybe not flashy, but, boy, does he get it done. I'd love to have him, and I'd hate to see the Colts get him, as Mel Kiper projects.

    What I like about Graham is that quickness he has off the line, and the leverage he gets when he bends around the corner. He's just flat out hard to stop - I don't care what they say about arm length. Add to that, he's not going to get washed out versus the run, plus he has that motor the Titans and Washburn love. Probably the most balanced overall DE in the first we could get, with the possible exception of Derrick Morgan, but I think he's gone by that point. Height, I think, is the only knock on Graham. We want JPP collectively, it seems, but I'm fine with not taking the huge gamble and getting the guy who put it on film year after year. By the way, Graham led the nation in tackles for loss with 26, ahead of Brian Price, among others.

    I like this kid a lot. More and more.
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