They're currently looking up to the Colts in their division like the rest of the AFC South is. Ground can be made up as the Colts are currently missing a pick in the first round.
The Titans could very well end up trading down in the first round of the draft to gain more total picks. They're currently missing a third-round pick, and that could be huge considering the type of talent that will still be on the board at that point.
That third-round pick was lost in last year's draft when the Titans traded up to get Justin Hunter.
If the Titans could trade back in the first round to get more picks and still get the guy they want in the first round, it would make for a perfect scenario.
There's also once again major questions at quarterback leading up to this draft for the Titans. We've been down this road far too many times with the Titans in recent drafts, and the Titans have to figure out when they're going to want to take a quarterback, if at all.
Another position of moderate need is running back, and the Titans will almost certainly draft one of these running backs from a draft class that is deep.
Both linebacker and cornerback are also strong possibilities in the first round for the Titans. Adding depth to a couple of other positions will be key later in the draft, as it usually is.
Check back here Thursday through Saturday as the 2014 NFL draft unfolds. Analysis and prospect grades will be posted as the Titans make their picks.