After a disappointing 6-10 season which saw a fallout between quarterback Vince Young and head coach Jeff Fisher, the Titans elected to retain Jeff Fisher for a 17th season.
Bud Adams recently said, "I am 88 years old now, and I can't wait around until I am 98 to get to another Super Bowl game. Jeff knows that. I can walk on my own now. But at 98, I might not be able to do that. Who knows how long I'll be able to do that? So we have to start winning some games. I'm not getting any younger, you know."
So what does that mean for Fisher? Well, with one year on his contract, he'd better turn the Titans around soon, and that means the Titans will need their strongest draft ever to save Fisher's job and bring the franchise to an elite level.
There are many problems with this team. Quarterback consistency, wide receiver production (with the exception of Kenny Britt), lack of a power back to compliment C.J. and quite a few holes at every level of the defense.
So how will the Titans fix these problems? Well they aren't traditionally a big-time player in free agency so the draft may be their best chance to turn things around. Here are some prospects that would be a huge help if they landed in Nashville.
That's not to say the Titans will land all these prospects, this is just who would be ideal for them, maybe they can get a few of these guys.