Top 5 Takeaways from Tennessee Titans 2021 draft class

Caleb Farley, Tennessee Titans (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
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The Tennessee Titans are in win-now mode.

The 2020 offseason showed us phase one of the Tennessee Titans chasing their championship window. By re-signing Ryan Tannehill and Derrick Henry to multi-year deals, the team secured their building blocks for the immediate future. They knew that these are two players that they knew would be the crucial pieces to the puzzle.

Now, they’re shifting into phase two, adding a high-ceiling draft class with players at the few positions of need. The big swings began with Caleb Farley but didn’t end there.

Dillon Radunz might be a bit of a raw prospect having played at the FCS level for North Dakota State. he also has an injury history of his own from his early days in college, but the right tackle will come in with worlds of potential at a position of need.

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Elijah Molden, the third-round defensive back out of Washington, similarly addresses a position of need with high potential. The same can be said for Monty Rice and Rashad Weaver. All seven of the Titans 2021 draft picks have the potential to contribute immediately to a team that is chasing a Super Bowl window.

Even after losing key contributors at important positions, and seeing the departure of their offensive coordinator, the Titans’ game plan has not changed. From now until the wheels fall off, the Tennessee Titans are all in.