Tennessee Titans 2016 NFL Mock Draft


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Tennessee Titans fans are now in full draft mode and for good reason. With a talented young quarterback, tons of money to spend, and the potential of a new head coach this offseason has all the potential of being one of the most exciting and important in franchise history.

Maybe the most important aspect of this offseason (even above the hiring of a new head coach) is where the Titans will go in the draft. This is one of the few teams in recent history that have picked high despite having an answer at quarterback. Look at what some of those recent drafts have yielded:

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  • 2015: Amari Cooper

    2013: Ziggy Ansah (Has at least 7 sacks every year and is on pace for 14 this year.)

    2011: Julio Jones

    2011: Tyron Smith

    Needs: RT, C, FS, ILB, CB

    1. Detroit Lions- Laremy Tunsil OT, Ole Miss
    2. Tennessee Titans- Vernon Hargreaves CB, Florida
    3. Cleveland Browns- Joey Bosa EDGE, Ohio State
    4. San Diego Chargers- Robert Nkemdiche DL, Ole Miss
    5. Baltimore Ravens- Jalen Ramsey DB, Florida State
    6. San Francisco 49ers- Jared Goff QB, Cal
    7. Jacksonville Jaguars- Ronnie Stanley OT, Notre Dame
    8. Chicago Bears- Jaylon Smith LB, Notre Dame
    9. Dallas Cowboys- Ezekiel Elliot RB, Ohio State
    10. Houston Texans- Christian Hackenberg QB, Penn State
    11. Kansas City Chiefs- Paxton Lynch QB, Memphis
    12. Miami Dolphins- Andrew Billings DT, Baylor
    13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Jack Conklin OT, Michigan State
    14. Washington Redskins- Myles Jack LB, UCLA
    15. Buffalo Bills- Reggie Ragland LB, Alabama
    16. Philadelphia Eagles- Corey Coleman WR, Baylor
    17. Seattle Seahawks- Germain Ifedi OL, TAMU
    18. Pittsburgh Steelers- Jeremy Cash S, Duke
    19. New Orleans Saints- Laquon Treadwell WR, Ole Miss
    20. St. Louis Rams- Josh Doctson WR, TCU
    21. New York Jets- Taylor Decker OT, Ohio State
    22. Oakland Raiders- Tre’Davious White CB, LSU
    23. Minnesota Vikings- Tyler Boyd WR, Pitt
    24. Atlanta Falcons- Will Fuller WR, Notre Dame
    25. Indianapolis Colts- Su’a Cravens S/LB, USC
    26. New York Giants- Jonathan Bullard DL, Florida
    27. Arizona Cardinals- Connor Cook QB, Michigan State
    28. Green Bay Packers- Michael Thomas WR, OSU
    29. Cincinnati Bengals- Sheldon Day DT, Notre Dame
    30. Carolina Packers- Vonn Bell S, Ohio State
    31. Denver Broncos- Evan Engram TE, Ole Miss
    32. New England Patriots- Forfeited

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    As long as the Titans are picking first or second overall, they will be grabbing Joey Bosa or Vernon Hargreaves. They are the two best players in this draft to me for a few reasons. First, they get better and better every year and aren’t living off of one big year like some players.

    Secondly, they make game changing plays on a consistent basis (VH3 has an interception in more than half his games this year and Bosa is impossible to block) and that is what you need from your blue-chip picks.

    Finally, if you have a passer the most important thing is getting to the opposing passer and getting your QB more chances to score. Bosa can do the first and VH3 can do the second.

    So what’s next?

    Ok, so the Titans knock their first pick out of the park and they help fix some of the problems on the back end of this team that Dick LeBeau is masking. So, what is next?

    Best available RT: Jerald Hawkins, LSU

    Best available C: Max Tuerk, USC

    Best available FS: Darian Thompson, Boise State

    Best available ILB: Kentrell Brothers ILB

    All of these are good options for a Titans team that needs starters, but if I had to pick the player that makes the most sense for the team though, I would have to side Kenny Clark at NT or DeForest Buckner at 5-tech. However, I don’t think you can ignore the offensive needs when the Titans have been so good on defense and I think you take Max Tuerk who can be a great center in this league and will only fall because of an injury.