Draft Network Mock Drafts

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by J Falk, Mar 30, 2020.

  1. JR1980

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  2. J Falk

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    Too many glaring needs to draft a OT. I swear most the mock guys must be clueless. If u actually project us to get an OT with our 1st pick right now, you're an idiot. Same can be said if you project us to get a WR in the 1st.
     
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  3. JR1980

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    Listen I get it. If we are talking “Need” I would easily say DL, CB, even RB are all big needs.
     
  4. steverife

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    I think OT slots really well for our pick. And I don't think many see Kelly as solution at RT. Especially with how valuable he has been as a swing 6th guy.

    I'd rather see D, but if Andrew Thomas is there, we probably need to take Andrew Thomas.
     
  5. JR1980

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    Yeah I agree. I think we take one if a premier tackle falls. What will be interesting is if let’s say we go elsewhere with the #1 and a guy is falling. Isaiah Wilson is the guy I mentioned who seemed to fit as a true RT that may fall to the early second. Do we trade up if so?
     
  6. Tricky

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    I think it's a really tough and interesting question what our biggest need is currently. I'd put CB higher except there are plenty of quality FA still available. Henry and CD situations factor into those positions a good bit.

    I'd say:
    1. OL (RG, RT)
    2. DT
    3. RB
    4. QB2
    5. WR
    6. CB
    7. K
     
  7. J Falk

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    We currently don't have a number 3 or 4 corner. Corner is on top of the list.

    Also, we paid kelly 8 million a year for a reason, and nate Davis was great as a rookie. Oline is not our #1 need.
     
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  8. Tricky

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    Yea, I agree it's a high priority. It just seems like we should have no problem filling it with the free agent landscape
     
  9. JR1980

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    All valid points. Here is the thing, what positions matter most? I think many would argue OL depth being important due to us being run heavy, and signing Tannehill long term. Then you take QB 2...What if Tannehill goes down?....Then RB, sure, we keep Henry happy, but we have nobody to spell him right now, nobody to replace him if he gets hurt which is huge; and also bringing in young talent will keep him hungry. LB/S is huge in our defense as well, so I wouldn’t count either of them out. It really is a crazy offseason for the Titans.
     
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  10. Titans2004

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    DL is very deep this yr with athletic 300lbers...they actually set a record at the combine with the most ever guys running sub 5 40yd....honestly Elliott is my 12th rated DT....

    CB right now is our biggest need...slot CB is basically a starting position and we don’t have one and we really don’t have any backups for the outside spots.....I think we need to draft a CB early that can compete for outside starter/backup reps and then draft a slot CB later in the draft....Adoree will need to sign a big contract soon and Butler is over paid and would save 10mil against the cap if cut after this yr.....we need another starter outside in a big way....

    Although CB is pretty deep I like the DT depth more....in mock simulations if I don’t take a cb in the 1st oftentimes by our pick in the 2nd most of the guys I’d consider as outside starter type are gone...plenty of slot guys available though.

    our moves in fa between now and draft will certainly impact our need...if we land Clowney then that takes DL and Edge down a notch...to truly get to BPA we need to sign a CB before the draft
     
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