Todd McShay has put out a new mock draft today (In$ider), and he has the Titans going with Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville. I believe this is a very real possibility if Bridgewater is still on the board. I have read a lot on Teddy over the last week, and I would endorse this pick.
Here is McShay's analysis of the pick:
Of all the picks in this mock draft, I'm least confident about this one, because the Titans do still have Jake Locker and they have needs at other positions. But it's not as though Locker has proven himself yet to be a franchise quarterback. I had concerns about him when he was coming out related to his accuracy, decision-making and durability, and those questions persist. Additionally, Bridgewater doesn't turn 22 until November, so sitting a year wouldn't be the worst thing for him. (If he slips past this point, the next likeliest landing spots are Arizona at No. 20 and Cleveland at No. 26 if it hasn't already taken a QB.) Lewan is worth consideration here, as Michael Roos has just one year left on his deal.
McShay also did a second round where he had the Titans taking Stephon Tuitt, DE, Notre Dame. His comments:
Tuitt's versatility is a plus in the Titans' hybrid 3-4, 4-3 defense, and he's a good value at this spot, too.
What would be your reaction if this is how the draft plays out?