What should the Tennessee Titans ask for?
If there is a trade, there has to be compensation on both ends, obviously.
So, if we assume that those teams are willing to make a trade then what should it be a trade for?
Despite the outcry for offensive and defensive line help, I think the best thing to do would be to get draft picks back.
While picks are hard to come by, I think that Adoree Jackson’s contract, his athletic profile and most of his career will make him a hotter commodity than people may think in Tennessee.
When I was trying to find a proper value for and Adoree Jackson these were some things I noticed.
–Jadeveon Clowney got traded for a 3rd on a deal where he could potentially be gone in 16 games.
–Duke Johnson got traded for a 4th to the Texans who didn’t even see him as a starting RB.
–Jermaine Eluemunor (an OL from the Ravens) was acquired by the New England Patriots for a 4th round pick.
So if you told me that a team was offering a 3rd round pick or better for Adoree Jackson, I would think that does have some merit based on the trade we have seen. Plus, sometimes teams pay a premium when they are in need at a position in the middle of a season.
If you really think that the Tennessee Titans should draft a QB in the 2020 NFL Draft, then you desperately want this to be a draft pick because if they mess around and make it to the playoffs then they are going to have to trade some picks to get up to draft a guy and trading 1st and 2nd round picks is tough, but when you have extra 3rd round picks it softens the blow.