Rate the Draft

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by TitansWrath, Apr 28, 2012.

  1. A

  2. B

  3. C

  4. D

  5. F

  1. Childress79

    Childress79 Loungefly ®

    I like Wright and Martin but I grade it F.

    We try to bring in every FA center on the market and pass up on Pete Konz.

    Meanwhile Amano is oblivious. Mouthbreathing his way through another off season.

    Death of a franchise.:ha:
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  2. J Falk

    J Falk Starter

    GoT, you literally just High fived one post that was talking about how great we did in the draft, and now you're high fiving this one?!?! CMON MAN!
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  3. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Crap the booze out.

    Anyone giving this draft class above a C is REALLY, REALLY sipping the Titans koolaid.

    Actually look at these guys on tape, folks. Ignore that they're new Titans.

    So much homerism.

    My Grade:


    And that's being nice about it.By far the worst draft class we've ever had with the least to get excited about. Bunch of scrubs will be lucky to be on the team here in 3 yrs.
  4. satkins2252

    satkins2252 Starter

    Duece, I liked and respected your opinion until that post.
  5. GoT

    GoT Strength and Honor Tip Jar Donor

    lol they dont cost nothing

    I agreed with points in both
  6. ImATitan

    ImATitan Pro Bowler

    LOL K. Wight in the 2nd? We took him at 20 and a story said the Browns were taking him at 22..

    Definitely not could get M. Martin in the 4th. Worthy had just gone off the board and Martin became the best DT available..

    Mayock had Sensabaugh at a 4th round grade, we took in the 4th round..

    NFL experts loved Thompson as a project, and Mk. Martin would have gone higher if not for injury.

    You're post is filled with so much wrong info lol
  7. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x The Real Slim Shady

    PK really nailed it...

    The Titans didn’t touch a defensive end until Scott Solomon in the seventh round, and they didn’t add an offensive lineman at all. And pass rush and run blocking were two areas that qualified as weaknesses at the end of last season.

    Tennessee hosted Scott Wells, Chris Myers, Jeff Saturday and Dan Koppen and saw all four sign elsewhere. On Saturday, coach Mike Munchak made those meetings sound like information-gathering get-togethers rather than courtships, a stance that’s pretty insulting to veterans who wouldn’t waste time making visits without the possibility of a contract.

    The defense of incumbent starters on the interior -- Eugene Amano and Leroy Harris -- has entered a new round now. Munchak said the team felt no “dire need there” and that “we have guys we can win with.” Still, watch for a key undrafted addition or free agent or two.

    The Titans added one big piece this offseason to its insufficient pass rush in the form of free-agent end Kamerion Wimbley, who was a cap casualty in Oakland. He may provide a big boost but also probably shouldn’t be on the field for every play. Tennessee’s only attempt to bolster itself on the edges came with the 211th pick, end Scott Solomon from Rice.

    The Titans face a pretty good slate of quarterbacks this season. Those passers may have a lot of time to throw.
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  8. Alex1939

    Alex1939 Space Invaders Champion

    I voted D.

    I liked our 1st and 3rd round picks but that was pretty much it. Hope I'm wrong about the LB/CB/TEorDEorwhateverheis/FS/DE we traded future picks to get. But right now I have serious concerns about all of them.
  9. Aqutis30

    Aqutis30 They may have the Coin, but I have the Quan.

    My post was filled with my own opinion of what I thought, just because it's different than yours doesn't mean it's full of "wrong" info. I use the info given to me in the reports and by the "experts" to help make my own decisions.

    Also, use "your" instead of "you're" next time so you won't look as dumb
  10. netnut

    netnut Starter


    potential ;-))
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