The Tennessee Titans need help at EDGE, but it is looking less likely that there will be help in the draft.
Every draft class has strengths and weaknesses, and the key to building a good team is to use that information to your advantage instead of ignoring it simply for need.
Last year we saw Jon Robinson do it when he took Jeffery Simmons over other players that could have immediately started at other positions. The DL talent in the draft made it acceptable for DL needy teams to take other prospects like Christian Wilkins and Dexter Lawrence.
That meant that if Robinson and the Titans could wait for a few months, they would get a guy that they loved and valued highly even though there were other options.
This year, it looks like the draft will be deep at offensive tackle, wide receiver, quarterback, and running back. However, one area where it isn’t deep is EDGE and the NFL Combine only highlighted that lack of depth.
Marcus Mosher uses the numbers that the prospects put up at the Combine and at their pro days and puts it into incredibly easy to follow charts.
That is exactly why I wrote this, people need to see exactly what they are dealing with in this class.