Breaking down why Titans should consider trading 1st round pick
By Will Lomas
What should the Titans do
For a quick reminder on all those trades, here is an embedded look at the original Marcus Mosher tweet:
To me, the answer is pretty simple. If a veteran gets put on the block or if there is someone that you are keeping your eye on at EDGE or DT, then you make your move. The wildcard is WR which is so deep in the NFL right now, but the only way you can do that (in my mind) is if you are willing to bench Corey Davis which I don’t think they are.
With cap hits coming in 2021 that might force teams to make massive cuts, there are several players that could entice the Titans. Over the last decade, we have really only seen two trades go bad for teams giving up a 1st round pick, so if the Titans think there is even a chance that they can add (and keep) blue-chip talent then they should.
You don’t just give away 1st round picks, but they certainly aren’t gold either. The NFL is all about maximizing your assets and it seems like if you have the cap space to pay someone once you make the trade, then more often than not this is a great way to improve a roster.