Tennessee Titans: First Down And Tenn 4-28 Edition


If the Tampa Bay Buccaneers follow the game plan and make Florida State quarterback, Jameis Winston the first pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the remainder of the first round will be the result of what the Tennessee Titans do next. It should be “must-watch-TV”.

The Tennessee Titans are the most important team in the NFL Draft and nobody knows what they are going to do – Cork Gaines Business Insider

"Barring a huge upset, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will select Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston with the first pick of the NFL Draft.After that, all bets are off because nobody knows what the Tennessee Titans will do with the second pick. The fates of several teams as well as the futures of several of the top available players are riding on what happens at pick No. 2."

San Diego Chargers Rumors: Philip Rivers Traded To Tennessee Titans For Marcus Mariota Pick In Draft Option Over NY Jets Trade? – M. Jussim Sport World Report

"The Chargers are coming into the draft with the number 17 overall pick and that means they would have to move up quite a bit to get to Mariota. According to Pro Football Talk, the rumors about Rivers heading to the Titans for the second overall pick have not died down and while a deal is no guarantee, it surely is in play with days left until the draft. Mike Florio at PFT writes that a deal likely would not happen until draft day and may not even get close to happening until the Titans are on the clock."

2015 NFL Mock Draft: Jameis Winston is a Tennessee Titan – Luis Tirado Jr. NFL Spin Zone

"While it’s a huge risk considering all the immaturity and off-the-field issues that comes with Winston, one can’t knock him and his incredible skill-set. Perhaps with the right guidance and mentoring, Winston will clean up his act and put up quite the career in the NFL.Since the Titans are an up-and-coming team, I think having Winston at the helm commanding everything makes sense and will turn the Titans around for the better. As long as Winston stays on the right path, he will truly be a superstar for years to come."

NFL rarely sees trades of top quarterbacks like Rivers –  John Glennon The Tennessean

"Sure, there are plenty of reasons a trade of Rivers would make sense to both sides: The quarterback is in the last year of his contract and has expressed reservations about signing a long-term deal with the Chargers. In addition the Titans would love to get their hands on a proven talent at quarterback, especially one who’s excelled under Whisenhunt in the past.But would the Chargers really pull the trigger and deal Rivers, a five-time Pro Bowler who’s thrown for more than 36,000 yards in his career? The 33-year-old is coming off one of the better seasons of his career, as he threw for more than 4,000 yards (for the sixth time in the past seven years), posted 31 touchdown passes and produced a 93.8 quarterback rating."

 Browns enter draft armed with picks, may select quarterback – Tom Withers AP Sports Miami Herald

"However, the cost to jump as high as No. 2 could be steep, and the Browns, who recently broke out new uniforms, have other pressing needs along with four quarterbacks on their roster. They signed free agent veteran Josh McCown in the offseason and are waiting to see if Johnny Manziel, the No. 22 overall pick a year ago, can straighten himself out following a 10-week rehab stint.Farmer says he no longer believes in “the fairy tale” that one player can turn around a franchise, but it seems quarterback has been the missing piece in Cleveland for far too long."

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