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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Chad81, Nov 13, 2023.
It would obviously depend heavily on what we do to solve WR in FA but I'd be really happy with a draft that goes: Olu Fashanu, Rd1 and Jackson Powers-Johnson l, Rd2
Both are going to be 20 come the NFL draft and still have ton of upside. It would be a heavy investment but having those two bookend Stronski would give rhe Titans a chance to anchor their OL for the next decade plus.
I think we have to go Nabers at 7. Take Jackson Powers Johnson in the late 2nd after trading back to add a third.
I think you maybe a bit low on JPJ. I think he's OC1 and I don't think he'll get out of the top l0 in round 2
IMO I would spend cap money to sign one of the young centers in FA. They have experience and will be more help to Levis in terms of making line calls…. I try to spend my draft capital on positions that are more costly to sign in FA… part of the reason that I’m not a fan of drafting Bowers in the 1st…
Who are these young FA centres?
Tyler Biadasz, the OC for the Cowboys, is 26 and a FA this off-season
Not bad. I would prefer to go WR in round 2, but I suppose we could get around that by taking a WR that early by signing Higgins, Evans, or Ridley in FA. I would also bring in Noah Fant at TE.
I will say that going with a rookie at C is pretty bold. Would probably rather just sign Cushenberry who was like 2nd or 3rd in pass blocking this year according to PFF.
Andre James, Evan Brown, Lloyd Cushenberry, Tyler Biadasz, and Connor Williams (ACL injury).
All of them are under 28 yrs old and all started more than 90% of the snaps for their team this yr.
I’ll take 2