Is this the Titans biggest need?
Next year the Titans are scheduled to have a lot of money in free agency, which should help minimize the holes they need to address in the 2021 NFL Draft.
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I think that means that Jayon Brown and Jonnu Smith will be getting new contracts, and the only players hitting free agency who played more than 50% of the snaps for the Titans in 2019 at that point are Corey Davis and Daquan Jones.
Both of those positions will likely need to be addressed in the draft, and they are both positions that Robinson has shown that he will draft in the first round. There are a lot of receivers set to be free agents after the 2020 season and there aren’t a lot of interior defenders that I think are going to be worth what they cost to sign.
If I had to say which position I think the Titans would rather spend a high pick on, I would say receiver because I think this offense is going to be more balanced going forward. However, if you asked me which position was going to yield a better player where the Titans pick in the 1st round, I would say defensive tackle.
So is this the Titans biggest need? Yes. Is it the position they are most likely to spend a first-round pick on? I would say it isn’t likely, but Bateman may be good enough to convince them that he is worth a look.