Tennessee Titans: Evaluating 2014 NFL Draft Needs with No. 11 Pick

9 of 9


Jan 14, 2014; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Titans new head coach Ken Whisenhunt (center) with general manager Ruston Webster (left) and president and ceo Tommy Smith (right) during the press conference at St. Thomas Sports Park. Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

1a: Quarterback, VERY HIGH ONLY if Whisenhunt isn’t sold on Jake Locker AND loves quarterback at No. 11)
1b: Outside linebacker, VERY HIGH

3: Middle linebacker, HIGH

4a: Offensive Tackle ABOVE AVERAGE

5a: Nose Tackle, AVERAGE
5b: Safety (if Pollard Leaves), AVERAGE

Lots of options. Only one choice. I agree with my colleagues on the linebacker theory, although I’d be accepting of “best player available” at any of the above mentioned positions. Not impressed with any of the quarterbacks who are projected as possible first-rounders…so I’d give Locker one last chance.

Is there any specific position that this team should focus on when using their No. 11 pick? Is it a best player available scenario? Give us your take in the comments, Twitter or Facebook.