Are the Titans interested in drafting 3rd? Could they?

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by JCBRAVE, Apr 7, 2012.


    JCBRAVE 2017 Pick'em Champion Tip Jar Donor

    NFL Draft Value Chart

    1 3,000
    2 2,600
    3 2,200
    4 1,800
    5 1,700
    6 1,600
    7 1,500
    8 1,400
    9 1,350
    10 1,300
    11 1,250
    12 1,200
    13 1,150
    14 1,100
    15 1,050
    16 1,000
    17 950
    18 900
    19 875
    20 850
    21 800
    22 780
    23 760
    24 740
    25 720
    26 700
    27 680
    28 660
    29 640
    30 620
    31 600
    32 590

    our pick isn't anywhere close to being enough to pair with something else to move us up that far. And no one IMO is worth having to make a crazy jump like that.
  2. Thaddeus43

    Thaddeus43 Pro Bowler

    The #3 pick is worth about 2200 pts. The Titans 1st 3 picks this year are worth:

    #20 - 850 pts
    #52 - 380 pts
    #84 - 170 pts

    That's only a total of 1400 pts. Assuming we have about the same draft position as next year, we will say that next years 1st is also worth 850 pts. So for us to trade up to the #3 spot, it would realistically take 2 1sts, a 2nd, and a 3rd. That is way too much to give up, especially when this draft is deep at several positions of need for us, and we have a lot of holes that need to be filled. Plus, there really isn't anyone worth trading up for IMO.

    Picks 9 and 10 are worth 1350 pts and 1300 pts respectively. So realistically you are probably looking at having to give up anywhere from 2 1st rd picks to a 1st, a 2nd, and a 3rd/4th.

    There is nobody in this draft worth trading that much for. Last year we were able to find some quality players in the later rounds of the draft that were able to come in and have a significant impact. Thats the route we need to take this year as well.
  3. Wraith

    Wraith Starter

    The only thing i would be pumped up about in terms of trading up is if we traded up to 13 through 16 to get DeCastro
    • High Five High Five x 2
  4. LoneWolf

    LoneWolf Starter

    I would much rather trade back than trade up, especially if the top talent on our draft boards are gone.

    I was just reading though that we are bringing in Fletcher Cox for a visit I would love that pick at 20 very versatile player. It seems like the defensive players we are looking at are all versatile, and we might be looking to use multiple schemes.
  5. Soxcat

    Soxcat Starter

    If a guy they really like is sitting there anywhere past the 10th pick a trade up is very possible. To get up to the 12th or 13th pick it would take giving up our 2nd rounder.

    No way we would move to #3. It is insane and not worth it. Even a guy like Blackmon isn't that much better than Floyd so if we really wanted a top notch WR around #12 might get him. Same for DeCastro and Coples could slide to around that spot as well.
  6. griff33daddy

    griff33daddy Starter

    i wouldnt mind trading up to around 8 and drafting floyd but not to 3....floyd i think will be good if not better in the long run than blackmon imo
  7. ImATitan

    ImATitan Pro Bowler

    Definitely not worth it
  8. Titanup1982

    Titanup1982 Pro Bowler

    We can't be that dumb to think we have to trade up to #3 to get Alshon Jeffery.

    Come on Titans, we can get him at #20 :)
  9. The Playmaker

    The Playmaker pineapple pizza party

    I see what you're doing.
    • High Five High Five x 1
  10. Titans1981

    Titans1981 Practice Squad

    I do this maybe. but not for CB or WR
  • Welcome to

    Established in 2000, is the place for Tennessee Titans fans to talk Titans. Our roots go back to the Tennessee Oilers Fan Page in 1997 and we currently have 4,000 diehard members with 1.5 million messages. To find out about advertising opportunities, contact TitanJeff.
  • The Tip Jar

    For those of you interested in helping the cause, we offer The Tip Jar. For $2 a month, you can become a subscriber and enjoy without ads.

    Hit the Tip Jar