The Titans take a WR in the second round
The Titans currently house the best receiving core for the franchise in the past decade. Arguably, this is the best collection of wideouts since the franchise moved to Nashville. Despite the Titans being this well-stocked at the position, I think the Titans try to get another weapon at wide receiver.
First, the Titans filling a wide receiver spot goes hand-in-hand with the Titans first offseason move in handing out a $118 million contract to quarterback Ryan Tannehill. After flirting with various quarterbacks since Steve McNair, the Titans finally felt comfortable enough to give a franchise quarterback-level contract to someone. Now, the franchise will want to ensure that the money was well spent by giving him all the weapons in the world.
The Titans picking up a wideout in the second round is not all too wild. The wide receiver position in this draft might be the strongest position in this draft class. The Titans might be able get a first round caliber player in the second round. That is a value that the Titans need to capitalize on if they want to follow the path of the best teams in the league.
Another part of the Titans drafting a wideout this early will be hinged on what they do with Corey Davis. Davis is entering his fourth season for the Titans and has been inconsistent and it is becoming evident that the Titans took him too high in the draft. Davis is more of a volume receiver than anything and in a run-heavy offense with A.J. Brown it is going to be hard to get him what he needs.
The Titans will most likely decline his fifth-year option and test the trade market with him if they cannot get him to take a team-friendly contract. The Titans were content with trying this scenario out last season with Jack Conklin, who was definitely a more proven prospect this far into his career.