2. Wide Receiver
You could argue that due to positional value, this should be the top ranked need going into the offseason but I would disagree. I think the Tennessee Titans have yet to see what they have at wide receiver when everything is working correctly.
In the first few weeks of the season, Tajae Sharpe seemed poised for a very good season while Rishard Matthews was getting his reps stolen by Andre Johnson.
Once Andre Johnson retired in the middle of the season, Rishard Matthews showed that he could not only fill his shoes, but overachieve his way to borderline WR1 status.
Now this team is missing a few things at the position that make this a clear need. They need someone to get yards after the catch, and the need someone to abuse man coverage.
If you can get this in one package, then I could easily see this being the first pick in the draft (especially if the Tennessee Titans trade down). However, outside of the big three wide receivers no one else seems like a safe bet to do that.
So, the Titans could compartmentalize and try to get a speedy, playmaker for the slot position and a player similar to Rishard Matthews to play the other boundary WR.