Nobody made a bigger offensive splash in the NFL draft than Tennessee, which put its franchise largely in the hands of quarterback Marcus Mariota with the No. 2 overall pick, then spent a second-rounder (No. 40 overall) on a prolific receiving talent for Mariota to throw to -- Dorial Green-Beckham. Mariota-to-DGB production will be a significant factor in Tennessee's offensive improvement this fall. But the Titans' investment on offense didn't nearly stop there. The club picked an offensive player in every round of the draft, seven of nine total picks. Guard Jeremiah Poutasi, the third-rounder, will be counted on to solidify the line. Fullback Jalston Fowler of Alabama (fourth round) and Minnesota running back David Cobb (fifth round) could invigorate the backfield, and the Titans wrapped up with Boston College center Andy Gallik and William & Mary receiver Tre McBride.
Training camp is going to be very interesting. Watching Mariota, DGB, Poutasi and Cobb fight for their respective positions is going to be a lot of fun.
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