NFL Draft 2011: Wide Receiver the Titans Draft Day Kryptonite?
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Some people call them blind spots, but I like to call it kryptonite. Each team has a kryptonite when it comes to the draft meaning a position that they have a weakness for. A perfect example was the Lions during the early 2000s when they took a wide receiver with their first pick every year for four years.
For the Titans that kryptonite in recent years has been wide receivers but the difference between the Titans love of receivers and the Lions love of receivers is that the Titans only pick them late in the draft.
While that might not seem like too much of a problem, it is when your roster is filled with receivers who aren’t producing.
According to AFC South blogger Paul Kuharsky the Titans would be better off using a higher pick on a receiver than waiting to get one later.
“It can take a very valuable pick to land a playmaking receiver, and spending late-rounders on the spot rarely if ever produces a hit.”
While I do think the Titans need a legitimate receiver to go along with Kenny Britt, I don’t see them getting a receiver before getting a quarterback.
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