...here are my thoughts on pick #19. I don't touch a WR or CB. I think the draft is deep enough at both positions to get a guy in the second or third here. Ginn isn't proven enough as a WR, Jarrett and Bowe are too slow and Meachem too inexperienced though the best of this group. Just my opinion. The Titans defensive line was a major concern last season and they will lose a number of their players in 2008. Odom, LaBoy, Haynesworth, Starks and Long are free agents after the 2007 season and none have shown anything to deserve a big, long-term contract. I think the Titans covet a pass-rushing DE more than anything. The defense was unable to pressure the opposing QB with their front four as Vanden Bosch was double-teamed much of the season. I think they also feel a run-stuffing DT would go a long way towards solving their run defense issues. Some of the mid-round defensive linemen, Jamaal Anderson, Jarvis Moss and Alan Branch will be graded differently due to a number of issues which may mean someone slides. Anderson is extremely raw and didn't dazzle scouts as much as expected with his speed (being a former WR) at the Combine. His ranking has been anywhere from the top ten to around the 20th spot. Moss may concern some teams with his medical history and lack of experience. I've seen him ranked in the top twenty and as far down as early in the second round. Branch was once thought to be the top DT in the draft and has fallen as of late due to stress fractures in both legs and not appearing to be in top condition at the Combine. I think the Titans will take the one who falls at #19 if they don't trade out. If all three were there, Anderson would be my choice with Branch #2. If the Titans swap with the Chargers to get Turner, I think you can add CB and WR back to the mix because there is a ton of talent and there will be some quality value there.