Top Titans NFL Draft Targets to Increase Playoff Odds

Last season turned ugly quick for the Titans, but don’t think that means Tennessee can’t make the playoffs this fall in a weak AFC South.

The Titans have a chance to turn things around, but they have to take advantage of their position in the NFL Draft. Tennessee has six draft picks, including No. 11, No. 41 and No. 72 overall.

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Here are three players the Titans could draft with the No. 11 pick who could make those odds shorter:

Broderick Jones, Offensive Tackle (Georgia)

The Titans need a new left tackle all of a sudden. The team recently released Taylor Lewan and will need a replacement to protect Ryan Tannehill – if he’s still around – and whoever follows him.

Jones would be the perfect fit as a 6-foot-4, 310-pound behemoth who didn’t allow a single sack last season even while playing in the SEC.

The Titans have a rebuild ahead of them. Why not start at one of the most important positions on the field?

Joey Porter Jr., Cornerback (Penn State)

Porter Jr. was a lockdown cornerback for the Nittany Lions, allowing just 143 yards across 10 games. The 6-foot-2, 194-pound son of former Steelers outside linebacker Joey Porter, Porter Jr. finished with 27 tackles, 11 pass breakups and a fumble recovery as most quarterbacks did their best to avoid him.

Tennessee ranked dead last in the NFL in pass defense last season, making it difficult for the offense to establish the running game. Adding Porter Jr. would help ensure that doesn’t happen again.

Brian Branch, Safety/Cornerback (Alabama)

A First Team All-American at defensive back, Branch was all over the field for the Crimson Tide this past season, recording 90 tackles (14 for loss), three sacks, seven pass breakups and two interceptions.

Branch was one of his team’s most reliable defenders, recording at least three tackles across 13 games.

Similar to Porter Jr., Branch would help a Titans secondary that is in desperate need of assistance.

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