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It's painfully obvious that the Titans defense has a ton of holes in it, so their second-round pick will be almost as crucial as their first pick.
The Titans could really go a number of ways here, but because they decided to play somewhat decent football down the stretch, a lot of the solid defensive line prospects will be off the board by this time in the second round.
Alex Okafor would be ideal, but he'll probably be gone when the Titans get their second pick of the draft.
That leaves Eric Reid out of LSU as a solid choice at the safety position with what many projections have him at right now.
Michael Griffin has looked terrible as of late, and Jordan Babineaux doesn't seem to be the future at strong safety.
Reid brings to the table solid tackling ability for a cornerback and great leadership qualities that the Titans really need.
It's time to get a dynamic guy lurking in the secondary again, and Reid would get the opportunity to compete for a starting position. It's my guess that he would win that battle and play alongside Griffin.