Draft week is upon us, Titans fans, yet we still know relatively little about the team's draft plans.
Obviously, that's by design. However, over the last few drafts, there has been a clear-cut favorite player or position the team was targeting with its first-round pick.
This year, the favorite position seems to be a 3-4 edge rusher, but draft pundits have been projecting various quarterbacks and corners to the team as well.
Who the Titans end up selecting will be a thriller. With a new coaching regime, a new owner and a general manager with a bit of an increase in power, the team's drafting preference is a bit of a mystery and has the potential to shape the second half of the draft.
Most of the questions emanating from the media about the Titans have revolved around Chris Johnson's replacement, the loss of Alterraun Verner and the upcoming season for Jake Locker.
While the team does not have many gaping roster holes, the aforementioned issues are just skimming the surface of what questions the team must answer beginning on May 8.