2016 NFL Mock Draft, Tennessee Titans trade

Nov 21, 2015; Columbus, OH, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes offensive lineman Taylor Decker (68) lines up against the Michigan State Spartans at Ohio Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 21, 2015; Columbus, OH, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes offensive lineman Taylor Decker (68) lines up against the Michigan State Spartans at Ohio Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports /

The Tennessee Titans are in a prime position to make a big move and still grab some great players. Here is one scenario that I think is increasingly likely the more I hear and read.

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2016 NFL Mock Draft


-Dallas Cowboys receive the 1st overall 2016 NFL Draft pick

-Tennessee Titans receive 4th pick, 34th pick, 67th pick, 2017 1st round pick

1. Dallas Cowboys- Carson Wentz QB, North Dakota State

According to the draft value chart on Draft Tek, this is a fair trade assuming that the Cowboys pick someone in the mid to late “teens” next year which seems about right.

2. Cleveland Browns- Jared Goff QB, Cal

3. San Diego Chargers- Laremy Tunsil OT, Ole Miss

4. Tennessee Titans- Jalen Ramsey CB/S, FSU

The Tennessee Titans have a big need in the secondary and this is the perfect move, in fact it almost makes too much sense, think about it:

-Jalen Ramsey is a guy with great character who seems poised for a great career both as a player and a leader.

-He is a team first guy who wasn’t intimidated 0r upset when he had to change out of his natural safety position last year.

-He is incredibly versatile and can be a facsimile of Troy Polamalu in Dick LeBeau’s defense.

-He is eerily similar to Devin McCourty who Jon Robinson drafted during his time in New England.

-He and Robinson are both guys born in Tennessee who were raised watching Tennessee football, so make sense for Ramsey to be “his guy”.

-Robinson gets his value to draft a player that I am sure he will love anyway. Classic New England style win-win.

Honestly, I am not sure that this won’t be the pick number one overall anyway.

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  • 5. Jacksonville Jaguars- Vernon Hargreaves CB, Florida

    6. Baltimore Ravens- Joey Bosa DL, Ohio State

    7. San Francisco 49ers- DeForrest Buckner DL, Oregon

    8. Miami Dolphins- Ronnie Stanley OT, Notre Dame

    9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Robert Nkemdiche DL, Ole Miss

    10. New York Giants- LaQuon Treadwell WR, Ole Miss

    11. Chicago Bears- Mackenzie Alexander CB, Clemson

    12. New Orleans Saints- Myles Jack LB, UCLA

    13. Philadelphia Eagles- Shaq Lawson EDGE, Clemson

    14. Oakland Raiders- Reggie Ragland LB, Alabama

    15. LA Rams-Paxton Lynch QB, Memphis

    16. Detroit Lions- Jaylon Smith LB, Notre Dame

    17. Atlanta Falcons- Darron Lee LB, Ohio State

    18. Indianapolis Colts- A’Shawn Robinson DL, Alabama

    19. Buffalo Bills- Kenny Clark DL, UCLA

    20. New York Jets- Ezekiel Elliot RB, Ohio State

    21. Pittsburgh Steelers- Jerald Hawkins G, LSU

    22. Seattle Seahawks- Germain Ifedi OL, TAMU

    23. Green Bay Packers- Shilique Calhoun EDGE, Michigan State

    24. Kansas City Chiefs- Michael Thomas WR, Ohio State

    25. Washington Redskins- Ryan Kelly C, Alabama

    26. Houston Texans- Connor Cook QB, Michigan State

    27. Minnesota Vikings- Jack Conklin OT, Michigan State

    28. Cincinnati Bengals- Corey Coleman WR, Baylor

    29. Arizona Cardinals- Emmanuel Ogbah EDGE, Oregon State

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    30. Denver Broncos- Jonathan Bullard DL, Florida

    31. Carolina Panthers- Tyler Boyd WR, Pitt

    32. Cleveland Browns- Leonard Floyd EDGE, UGA

    33. Tennessee Titans- Josh Doctson WR, TCU

    I will go out on a limb and say that I believe that Doctson will be the best receiver to come out of this class. His ability to track the ball in the air and to high point is as good as anyone I have seen since Mike Evans.

    Doctson is 6’3″ and while he is a little slight he is exactly what people wanted Justin Hunter to be. The biggest difference is his hands. He is a huge reason why Trevone Boykin was such a huge success. His ability to come back to the ball, find ways to break out of coverage and to most importantly catch the ball with his great hands, are all things that the Titans desperately need.

    34. Tennessee Titans- Taylor Decker OT, Ohio State

    Some people are very high on Decker and believe that he will go in the first round. However, I think that people will be scared off Urban Myers’s offense and the fact that having a moving quarterback made everyone think that Luke Joeckel and Jake Matthews were going to be blue chip tackles in the NFL.

    I like Decker and I think this is a fair slot for him. With the combine coming up and the Senior Bowl already on us, this is the time when players “shoot up boards” and I think this is a solid resting place for Decker.

    Fast forward

    67. Tennessee Titans- Joshua Garnett G, Stanford

    Last year, the 3rd guard came off the board at 67 and I expect that to happen again this year. The Titan have fixed their issues at offensive tackle, defensive back and wide receiver and the only other glaring hole for this team is interior offensive line.

    Garnett is an absolute mauler and I think he has a chance to be one of the best guards in this draft easily. He and Taylor Lewan both share the attacking mindset that this offensive line needs and between he and Lewan on the left side and Chance Warmack and Decker on the right, the Titans can grab a center in free agency (which I expect them to do) like Alex Mack, and have one of the best offensive line in football next year to protect Marcus Mariota.