The following is a positive review of the Titans draft with some focus on the drafting of Kendall Wright.
Some of my favorite lines in the article:
The link to the whole article can be found here.
The Tennessee Titans offense can now be officially welcomed into the 21st century.
The days of playing defense, kicking field goals and running backs getting 25 carries in a 13-10 game appear to finally be a thing of the past in Tennessee.
The article briefly comments on each pick and puts forth "best pick" and "could surprise" draft pick.
Tidbits from the article:
They did it in a roundabout way, but the Tennessee Titans managed to address most of their needs in the draft. Cornerback and defensive end were considered two of the Titans' biggest needs. Tennessee managed to fill those spots, but not as early as many thought. The Titans picked up a cornerback in the fourth round, taking Coty Sensabaugh of Clemson, but did not address end until round seven with Scott Solomon of Rice.
The first-round pick added to an already solid wide receiver corps as they selected Kendall Wright of Baylor with the 20th overall pick. The Titans hope Wright can add an explosive element to the offense on both short and deep balls.