Which players fit needs for the Tennessee Titans, but have big enough red flags for them to pass on in the 2020 NFL Draft.
The 2020 NFL Draft is creeping up again and the Titans are soon to be on the clock with the 29th pick in the first round.
Tennessee will be looking to build on last year’s finish as the second-best team in the AFC after making the AFC Championship game only to lose a tough game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
After losing key players including Jurrell Casey and Jack Conklin, the team needs to fill a few holes in the draft. General Manager Jon Robinson has been a keen and intelligent drafter since he joined the team in 2016, and he has done that because he has been able to identify what he does and doesn’t want in draft prospects.
Despite the Titans being one of the better teams in the draft, the team needs to avoid some pitfalls. Particularly, the franchise needs to stay away from a few players that have clear issues, whether it be a culture fit or an unproven collegiate career.
Even the most impressive players on paper can turn out to be busts, but by weeding out the players that you know that you don’t want, you improve your chances of avoiding busts tremendously.
Here are three players that the Titans should avoid even if they look like value picks at the time.