With the NFL Draft being two weeks away, it’s time to take a look at the best and worst realistic scenarios that the Titans May encounter in the coming weeks.
In a perfect world, the Tennessee Titans would not only be able to sign the biggest fish left in free agency in Jadeveon Clowney, but they would also find a way to bring back one of their own key contributors in Logan Ryan as well.
This would allow the team to use their 29th pick in the draft on the best player available in order to strengthen whatever position group that might be. That is much better than the alternative of needing to fill obvious holes that would be there should they miss out on Jadeveon Clowney and/or Logan Ryan.
The Titans could then look to add depth and/or legitimate competition in the first two days of the draft to some of the less secure starting spots on the team for 2020 and beyond such as right tackle, No. 2 receiver, defensive tackle, right guard, and EDGE rusher.
This is one of the deepest wide receiver classes in years and should they sign Clowney and Ryan, they may be able to take advantage of it by adding to an already explosive offense.
However, if that happens and they spend premium draft capital at receiver, it should be a pretty big indicator of what they plan on doing with Corey Davis after this upcoming season. Nonetheless, I personally don’t think Tennessee adding both Clowney and Ryan is realistic therefore I believe the team will have at least one glaring hole to fill come April 25th-27th.
I do believe the Titans will end up with one of them, and ideally they’ll be able to use the 29th pick on whichever of their respective position groups gets the short end during free agency.
With all that said, let’s take a look at what I believe would be the best realistic scenario for the Titans in the coming weeks.