The Tennessee Titans have less to do than most and can continue to stay competitive atop the AFC by keeping it simple. No need for flash; the Titans should draft based on a need/best player available hybrid-approach, and continue to cultivate talent within the depths of the roster.
Depth enriches competition and makes a ball-club better — plain and simple.
Update*: As of Thursday night, longtime NFL insider John Clayton reported that star EDGE Jadeveon Clowney’s asking price is now hovering around $17 million, and the Titans are interested along with the New York Jets. The Seattle Seahawks will likely be in the mix, as well.
If the Titans can land Clowney, this draft scenario would be ideal. Next on the list would be figuring out an RB2 situation behind RB Derrick Henry, but beyond that, this sets them up nicely for 2020 and further down the road.