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    Default mock drafts

    Here's a listing of numerous mocks.


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    The consensus pick seems to be either Mariota or Williams. I'd prefer Williams myself. I'm just not convinced either of the top QBs is worth such a high pick. I may be wrong though. It did happen one other time.
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    I'll be ecstatic with either one. I'm not on board the Mettenberger bandwagon. Don't get me wrong, I hope the guy turns into a hall of famer... I just don't see it though.
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    Give me Williams in round one and Hundley in round three, if he drops that far. If Hundley doesn't drop then go with Mett for a year.
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    Hundley??? He's not a pocket passer.
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    I'm not convinced there's really a Mettenberger "bandwagon" as much as there's a Mettenberger "Little Red Wagon Full of Hope". He played well for a rookie behind a porous offensive line and no running game to speak of. I wouldn't be upset if they stick with him for a year to see what they have. It would be different if one of the top quarterbacks in the draft was an Andrew Luck or some other "can't miss" franchise quarterback. But I don't think there is one of those in this draft so there's no reason to force it just because we need a signal-caller. So our quarterback of the future may be on the roster already but if not, I'd rather wait a year and try to grab a quality quarterback than reach for a JaMarcus Russell just because we need one.
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    I'll be happy is they draft Williams or trade down and get a bounty for that #2 pick
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    What is a bounty though?

    How about trade to Philly for their #20, their 2nd round pick, their 1st pick next year and Kiko Alonzo?

    Is that a bounty?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Parddy View Post
    What is a bounty though?

    How about trade to Philly for their #20, their 2nd round pick, their 1st pick next year and Kiko Alonzo?

    Is that a bounty?
    I think that would be more like picking Philly's pocket if Alonso is truly recovered. I can't see them trading places in the first round, giving us their 2nd rounder this year, and next year's number one as well as a young linebacker they just traded for, particularly if they feel he's recovered from his injury and ready to go.

    Honestly I don't see the Titans 2nd pick overall as enticing to teams as that position has been in the past. Teams don't seem convinced that Mariota or Winston are worth that high of a pick. Unless one of the better teams needs a certain piece of their puzzle and feels they can grab it in this draft, we're probably standing pat with the #2 pick. For example, Kansas City desperately needs a WR. Maybe they'd be willing to trade up to grab Cooper. I don't see it happening mind you, but just for the sake of example.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TitansGiantsBears View Post
    I think that would be more like picking Philly's pocket if Alonso is truly recovered..

    I was wishful thinking. lol
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    Cleveland is incharge of messing everything MORE up.

    ...like the old AFC central days
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