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

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Deuce Wayne, Jan 27, 2010.

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  1. wycheck28 Starter

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    i dont know enough about college football to make a prediction but i do know that all the "experts" have us taking a DE from usc or florida. also some of the so called experts have Brandon Graham as the 3rd or 4th best DE in the draft. is B Graham lacking something?? or are the experts stuffing the pipe??
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  2. titan_fan_4ever Titans Rule

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    the team just drafted sen derrick in the 2nd last year. UNLESS we lose tony brown (which we better as hell not) then i dont see us drafting a DT in the 1st.

    realistically i cant predict what we will draft until we see who is still on the roster come draft time. i love how ppl are predicting things when there is really no way to no.
  3. GLinks Titans on the Rise

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    In response to wycheck28, Graham lacks "height" and "arm length." That's it. His production surpasses Carlos Dunlap, Jason Pierre-Paul, Derrick Morgan, Ricky Sapp, Sergio Kindle, Greg Hardy, George Selvie, etc etc etc. The only player with equal production, sack-wise, in the entire draft, is Jerry Hughes, DE, TCU, who is the same height, not quite as good versus the run, and projects even more as a 3-4 OLB.

    So, in short, looking at the on-the-field production, and forgetting the hype for a minute, Brandon Graham is the Man, especially considering he didn't have a lot of help around him, and would get double-teamed because of it.
  4. PAtitansfan53 Kush & OJ

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    Yeah he's my man crush this draft but I couldn't pass on Morgan or McClain before him.
  5. Symon Camp Fodder

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    Myron Rolle

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  6. Raistmagic Rookie

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    Kyle Wilson's stock has been rising at the senior bowl and he was great against TCU. I wouldn't be at all surprised if he climbed his way up to 17th overall.

    He returned punts for Boise too.

    I hope that Javier Arenas comes out big at the senior bowl and the combine. I'd love to have him. This is a terrible year not to have a 2nd round pick.
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  7. Woy PA's finest.

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    I love BG and wouldn't mind reaching on him, cause I see some people saying he's a second-round talent. He was easily the most talented on the field when I watched PSU/Michigan this year.

    Anyways, we have to go defense here. Eric Berry isn't falling, so there goes that dream. Doubt McClain falls either, so there goes that dream as well.

    I'm really high on Everson Griffen. Griffen, Graham, or maybe JPP would be alright in this position.
  8. Ericgolonghorns Camp Fodder

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    The Titans have shown to be fairly unconventional with the exception of selecting a WR in the first round (Britt) the FO usually diverges from what I read people on the board wanting.

    Given this, I'd suspect that the Titans will probably find a team to trade down with, possibly recovering a 2nd round pick - probably the Titans will select the best CB left and use the 2nd round to pick out of another OLB or DE such as Sergio Kindle. Hey, just sayin' the FO likes longhorns.
  9. World Peace WAKE UP AMERICA - NFL IS OVERRATED

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    Kyle Wilson Boise State Shutdown Corner and Kick Off Return Specialist
  10. World Peace WAKE UP AMERICA - NFL IS OVERRATED

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    It's like having a Poor Man's Courtland Finnegan on the other side of the field.

    Who else hates it when people use the phrase "Poor Man's" as an adjective?
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