WR and MLB at 10 & 39

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  1. ColtKiller

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    I don't see any indication that we'd draft a safety. Not with Griffin's big contract and the Wilson and Pollard additions. And frankly, I feel better about our safety situation then I have since 08 when Hope and Griffin were both good
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  2. The Hammer

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    Pollard and Wilson are old. Griffin is overpaid. A safety is appealing in the long term.
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  3. Luke Smartwater

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    Where does everybody get the idea we are taking a CB at #10? I think there is no way in hell. None of the CBs in this draft warrant a top 10 pick.
    The same goes for WR. MLB at #10? Too high. We could trade all the way back to #20 and get any of the MLBs.
    I really think that with #10 we will pick either Ansah or Star or if we reach then we take Vacarro. If there is a MLB or WR the FO really likes still on the board in late Rd 1 or early Rd 2 we will trade up and grab them.
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  4. Luke Smartwater

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    Long term is not in the Titans dictionary this year. I'm pretty sure Munchak and Webster were told win now or be gone after the season.
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  5. J Falk

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    How about CB and RG instead? or even DE and CB? or even DE and RG? you're better than this JC
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  6. Scarecrow

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    The same goes for every position in this draft. Name a single guy that is projected to go at 10 that does not have someone in the second that is not far behind. Unless you are on the DT wagon, and I doubt we are going there.
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  7. RavensShallBurn

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    Please God, no.

    At least give McCarthy a chance this year. Don't blow a high pick on a guy we may not truly need.

    Yes, in my mind, I realize the chances McCarthy can ever stay healthy on a consistent basis are slim to none. However, if and when he's healthy, MLB is not a need.

    Someone brought up the idea of a safety at #10 (which would be Vacarro)... I don't know enough about Vacarro, but if he's as good as people say, I could get down with that pick.

    I've seen him listed as both FS and SS. Can he play both? We need a replacement for Griffin. There is no hope for that loose vag. That's why I can ultimately live with the pick. I would say I'm scared of Texas safeties, but Earl Thomas is pretty damn good.

    I'm a big proponent of BPA, and let's face it, MLB is not the BPA at #10 and WR is likely not the BPA at #39.
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  8. Scarecrow

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    I really think Ogletree might be the BPA, I mean lets be real no one is exactly setting the world on fire here. If Te'o hadn't gotten catfished he would likely be a top 3 pick. The talent this year is so blurred every top 10 mock I have seen has been vastly different. The only constant is Joekel(sp).

    I would be fine with a safety to an extent, but again lets be real. They aren't unseating Griff sadly and I would be pissed if we got one that ended up a SS because of all the money we just spent. Which is why I am thinking Ogletree at 10 makes the most sense. I would gladly eat crow if we drafted a FS and got rid of Griffin. That would make this the best offseason ever.

    Vaccaro is a pretty good player, but the only issue I have with that is the same I have with most other positions. You are going to get a player almost, if not just as good, in the third. Outside of MLB and DT, you really cannot say that about any other position.

    I don't think we will take a WR in the second, I hope we go OL or DL.
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  9. RavensShallBurn

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    I just think it's pretty set in stone that we are divorcing Griffin after this season because his vag has gotten too loose for our liking.

    That's why I can get behind a S at #10.

    I'm sure the Raiders would think Griffin for a 7th round pick would be a great deal, so there's always that option.
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  10. Scarecrow

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    I think we lose CJ and Griff after this season, but I don't think Munch is comfortable letting them go just yet. Or maybe he is and well all just think he is too immune to change. Really, as much as I have been enjoying this offseason, I still really have no idea how things are going to turn out. I want Ogletree, but would still not be surprised or upset if we picked almost 20 different players.
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