Feb 23, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide offensive lineman Chance Warmack does a foot work drill during the 2013 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Tennessee Titans Draft Crush: G Chance Warmack


Recently, GM Ruston Webster stated in The Tennessean that the team is most likely finished spending in what has been a very active free agency period for the Tennessee Titans. Now the focus shifts to the draft, which is later this month.

Who do the Titans pick at number ten?

Simple, draft crush OG Chance Warmack from Alabama. I have, for the past couple of months, been on the Warmack bandwagon. The pick just makes too much sense for the Titans. Lets break down why.

The Titans addressed the need of LG with the signing of Andy Levitre. The only real hole on the offensive line now is RG. Enter Chance Warmack. He has been touted as the best guard to enter the draft since former Titan Steve Hutchinson. He is also even considered by some as the best player in the entire draft. There is clear value in drafting Warmack with the 10th pick.

Who are the Titans two most important players on offense? Answer: RB Chris Johnson and QB Jake Locker. Building as strong a line as possible around a superstar running back and a young quarterback makes sense, right? More holes for CJ and more time for Locker will in turn make this offense more explosive and dynamic.

The Titans have spent a ton of picks on skill players on the offensive side of the ball. Now it’s time for them to build in the trenches so that the skill players they have invested in can flourish.

21 days…


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  • David Fleming

    Great points, but don’t sleep on Jonathan Cooper. At UNC the coaches asked all the O linemen to lose 15-20 lbs for a more up-tempo offense, so Cooper still has some room to add strength and weight. Also, he’s much quicker and more agile than Warmack, and therefore much more dangerous in the stretch running game, which the Titans love. If Warmack goes to Arizona (7th) or Buffalo (8th), and we draft Cooper, don’t feel like we’re getting the consolation prize

    • http://www.titansized.com/ Justin Stewart

      I’m so confused about what is going to happen. I wish the draft was here already. So many ways the Titans could go with their first pick.

  • Guest

    Well, if Dee Milliner,
    CB happens to make it past the first 9 picks, then I don’t see how you
    can pass him up. I also wouldn’t mind if they went with Barkevious Mingo, OLB, Jarvis Jones, OLB, or if he happens to make it past the first 9 picks, Dion Jordan, DE.
    Another upside to Jonathan Cooper,
    G/C is that he creates another option at C, in the event that we ever
    have <> another catastrophic amount of
    offensive line injuries . . .

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  • http://www.titansized.com/ Justin Stewart

    I’d be for Milliner, but not those OLB’s.