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The Titans biggest area of weakness on defense may actually be at the safety position. Jordan Babineaux may be last season's leading tackler, but he's made several mistakes that have led to first downs or huge passing plays.
When he's out, it's been even worse, and those big plays are exactly the reason that the Titans are 1-4. They need an upgrade here more than anywhere else on the defensive side.
I thought about giving the Titans a running back, but I think that they may decide that fixing the interior line as best they can and seeing what they have in Jamie Harper and Javon Ringer might be the better route.
Robert Lester has contributed all over the field for the Crimson Tide, getting 13 total tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, a broken up pass and an interception. He shows good instincts, and, like Thomas, has some versatility (he played free safety in 2011).
Eric Reid, Matt Elam and Tony Jefferson are all ranked higher on my big board, but Lester would probably be the best strong safety still available at the top of round three.