Tennessee Titans 3-round 2021 NFL Mock Draft with trades

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Dec 27, 2019; San Diego, California, USA; Iowa Hawkeyes defensive tackle Daviyon Nixon (54) wears a camera on his head after the Holiday Bowl against the Southern California Trojans at SDCCU Stadium. Iowa defeated USC 49-24. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Titans 2021 NFL Mock Draft: February

Everyone seems to think the sky is falling in Tennessee, but right now the Titans look head and shoulders better than their AFC South rivals.

Shane Bowen is…well I’m not even going to start that, but right now the Titans have a lot going for them, including the fact that they don’t really have that many holes on the roster.

Even if every free agent starter left, the Titans would still only need to replace starters at four positions: WR2, EDGE, DL, TE.

That might even be overstating the Titans needs considering how they have been able to pull production out of thin air at the tight end position over the last few years. The tandem of MyCole Pruitt (cheap free agent) as the inline tight end and Anthony Firkser (under contract) as the receiving tight end, are more than capable of helping the Titans fill the void left by Jonnu Smith this offseason.

If the Titans can’t make splash signings to fill those other holes, then the draft is their last real chance to address those needs. With that in mind, I took to TDN’s mock draft machine and tried to build a Super Bowl contender.

Here is what I came up with.

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