The Tennessee Titans find their right tackle in Round 3.
Just about every Tennessee Titans fan knows what’s going on with their favorite team’s offensive line. From left to right, we can guarantee Taylor Lewan (left tackle), Rodger Saffold III (left guard), Ben Jones (center), and Nate Davis (right guard) are among the starters.
No disrespect is intended to Kendall Lamm, but even though we know he’d probably be the starter if nothing changed, there still seems to be a need for some insurance at the right tackle position. Enter Dan Moore, a six-foot-five, 315-pound monster who’s probably the answer to every Titans fan’s prayers for this offensive line’s struggles.
Moore took home Second Team All-SEC honors at the close of the 2020 college football season. Where he’s projected to be drafted varies depending on who you talk to.
Some have him as a second-rounder. Some have him as someone who hears his name called in the fourth round. He’s getting a ton of third-round grades too. That means the Titans, who have two picks in the draft in Round 3 might want to do a little homework. This is someone who can walk into their facility when training camp rolls around and compete for a starting role immediately.