2022 NFL Mock Draft: Building the Tennessee Titans offense for Tim Kelly

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Players the Tennessee Titans should consider

There is an assumption here that Rodger Saffold will be cut and that the Titans will head to the draft with an offensive line that still includes Taylor Lewan, Nate Davis, and Ben Jones with Dillon Radunz starting at the other tackle spot.

The next man up is Aaron Brewer who should be penciled in at left guard where Rodger Saffold played in 2021, but if the Titans let Ben Jones walk then they could enter the draft with two openings in on the offensive line.

If that is the case then the top three needs for the Titans are (in no order): iOL, WR, and TE

Offensive lineman: The only interior lineman the Titans will consider here is Zion Johnson who is someone they could absolutely fall in love with throughout the process (and they may already be in love with him).

Wide receivers: Jameson Williams, Jahan Dotson, Chris Olave, Garrett Wilson, and Drake London are all receivers who should go in the top-40 but you could make a case against each of them inside the top-20. With no clear standout here, it is more about which player fits what the Titans want.

Tight ends: Isaiah Likely and Trey McBride are both being talked about as tight ends that might slip into the first round. While the idea of taking an interior lineman, tight end, off-ball linebacker, safety, or a non-pass rushing defensive lineman almost never is worth the price, the Titans need some talent at that position.