What “The Beast” means for the Titans
Dane Brugler has released his 2021 NFL Draft guide (henceforth referred to as “The Beast”) and it is mandatory reading for Tennessee Titans fans.
Seriously, as much as I want you to read this article, your first priority should be to go straight to this page and download The Beast. If you are a 90s kid like I was, the best way I can describe The Beast is that it is basically the Prima Guide for the NFL Draft.
Some scouts are afraid that two 1st round draft prospects are more interested in their rap careers than football. Want to know who they are? Go read The Beast.
Which player played high school football in Japan? Go read The Beast.
I could go on, but you get the point.
So, I immediately took his top-100 players and plugged them one-by-one into the mock draft simulator on The Draft Network, and went to work. While I try not to trade around too frequently in mocks because it throws in another variable into a very inexact science, but I did trade down with the New York Giants in this mock.
I just can’t escape the idea of the Titans trading out of 22 given the depth in this draft, so why fight it. So where did the draft start for Tennessee?