What does a 2020 NFL Mock Draft look like if the Tennessee Titans don’t take a QB?
For months at this point, Tennessee Titans fans have assumed that the team’s first pick in the 2020 NFL Draft was going to be a QB. However, Ryan Tannehill may be making that less likely.
I don’t think the Titans should or will go all in on Tannehill, at least not without him showing more and/or continuing to play as well as he has down the stretch.
However, it looks very likely that Tannehill is going to be a starting QB for someone in the NFL next year and making the easy match, why not just keep him in Tennessee where he has thrived?
If QB becomes less pressing and you can focus on getting better now and taking a QB later and developing him, then all of the sudden several possibilities open up for the Titans in the 2020 NFL Draft.
I decided to look into what a world where the Titans skip on a QB could look like and if the pros outweigh the cons.
But first, let’s work our way down the draft with the most important picks in the draft, the top-5.
Pick order is thanks to Tankathon, a site I was frequently checking until a few weeks ago.