Your 7 Round Mock for the Titans

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by gran54, Apr 1, 2012.

  1. LoneWolf

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    I can see your point for Hightower, but if both him and Kuechly are available to us I would take Kuechly without hesitation. What your getting from him is a intelligent guy from Boston College, someone who had constant production in college. Has good size and speed to cover or blitz if needed.
  2. steverife

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    I don't get why you would move McCarthy, when Kuechly has the speed and athleticism to play outside.

    I like Hightower, but I think Kuechly is the safest pick in the draft.
  3. HeadOnASwivel

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    Guys, lets all agree that Kuechly will not be there at 20. I would take Kuechly over Hightower but since I think there is zero chance he'll be there for us I want Hightower.
  4. LoneWolf

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    Whose going to take Kuechly he's a 4-3 linebacker their is not many 4-3 teams before us that need a mlb

    I see the Seahawks or Eagles but the Eagles got Ryans
  5. Finnebosch

    Finnebosch I am vengeance.

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    Round 1: Devin Still, DT, Penn St. – Wit they’re first pick the Titans add a pass rushing presence in the middle of their DL. Still and Casey will combine to form a DT position similar to the Williams Wall that graced Minnesota for a number of years.
    Round 2: Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall – An amazing college level pass rusher that had his 1st round momentum stop by his poor 40 time. Curry will be able to compete with Morgan for the RDE position from day one and will be able to rotate in one pass rushing downs
    Round 3: Nick Toon, WR, Wisconsin – If I had to pick a player to compare Toon with a current NFL player I would pick Larry Fitzgerald. Like Fitzgerald Nick Toon has great hands, plus route running, and an amazing vertical in order to make up for his sub par speed. Toon and Britt would both be starters in the 2013 and would give Locker the best young receiving core in the NFL.
    Round 4: David Molk, C, Michigan – A very powerful run blocker who is a perfect pick for the Titans zone-blocking scheme. Molk will be an instant starter in 2012 and give Locker a young center to grow with.
    Round 5: Emmanuel Acho, OLB, Texas – A very solid tackler Acho will provide excellent depth for Tennessee’s LB corp. Acho is a blue chip football player that has the potential to develop into a starter after sitting a year behind Witherspoon.
    Round 6: Traded to the Eagles along with a conditional 5th round pick (can turn into a 4th) for Asante Samuel.
    Round 7: Donte Paige-Moss, DE, UNC – A low risk high reward pick. Paige-Moss had a horrible year with personal issue that followed him to the field. He may not make the team but if his head is right h is an amazing talent for any team.

    This is my last mock for the year
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  6. HeadOnASwivel

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    I'm projecting him to the Seahawks myself and since they pick and 12 I don't think he'll be there. I think Cincy would take him as well.
  7. HeadOnASwivel

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    Still will not be a first round pick in my estimation and the only DT I'd take in the first is Cox. There are so many DT's this year the first is too early of us to take one.

    I highly doubt Curry will be on the board at #52, but if he were, no question I love Curry.

    Nick Toon is good, a bit on the slow side but personally I think the 3rd is too high for a receiver considering our other needs.

    Love Molk!

    I don't know much about Acho but I wouldn't have a problem taking him in the 5th at all.

    A 6th for Samuel sounds like a plan, make it happen :).

    Paige-Moss would be awesome in the 7th. We just give him a red shirt year to heal up and get back in shape.
  8. TitansWrath

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    I like your draft! I'd take it right now and be happy.

    I'd rather see us take someone other than still @ 20 though. I'm hoping that Barron falls that far. I doubt he will, but I hope so.

    I've seen so many mocks giving us Mercilius that I finally watched some tape on the guy. He looks pretty good, so while I am hesitent to draft a one year wonder, I'd be ok with it.
  9. LoneWolf

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    Seahawks could take him all I am saying if Kuechly is available I would pull the trigger on him
  10. HeadOnASwivel

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    I agree, but do you honestly think he'll be on the board at 20? I don't know, I just don't see it happening.