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Hey Scott, Great job on the radio today! It was a really enjoyable listen. It sounds like you've been doing it awhile but it was only my second time hearing you. Look forward to hearing more.
I believe you couldn't be more off the mark with the likely draft choices for the Titans. I know it's hard to cover and assess every team's draft needs but you gotta get better Intel before you write any mock draft otherwise your take will be quickly dismissed by fans.
You've got them looking Corner in the first and an OLB in the second. The Titans are fairly happy with both their starting Corners and they are both under contract for next year. McCourty signed a big contract just before the season. The Titans are not looking to replace either of their Outside LBs either. Ayers and Brown were both at the top of their defensive roster. The MLB McCarthy was stellar when healthy so depth there will probably be looked at in Free Agency. The Titans have glaring needs at interior O-Line, Safety, and DE. Even though it's against traditional wisdom, I believe that there is a real chance that they could even look at grabbing a Center or Guard with the 10th pick. There is even a possibility that they would look at an OT if there is a great player at that spot. They really need an impact DE to compliment Morgan and spell Wimbley and I believe they will look there no later than the second pick. Safety is a real area of concern with this team so if there was a real playmaker available early they could go there.
If you ever need help on anything Titans related let me know.
I am new to B/R but i would just like to say you are one of my favorite writers here already. Keep up the good work and i look foward to seeing your future work.
I feel bad for you. People are tearing your Mock apart worse than they tore the Replacement Refs apart. I know mocking is hard. The majority of your picks were pretty good. Don't let the haters hate.
Hey Scott, I am a Cleveland Browns featured columnist here on B/R and I wanted to let you know that I plan on using a link to your Nick Toon piece in a draft slideshow that I am posting tomorrow. I will send you the link with the article once it's published. Let me know if you have any objections. Thanks!!