Titans Are Scratching Head Over First Pick

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  1. thebouncer24

    thebouncer24 Cheese Like MG

    Jul 1, 2011

    The Titans welcome the new owner with a number 1 overall pick. Owner Ryne Jones, is well known for rushing and could use any help in that direction. Other known fact is he loves to user the MLB on defense. Final fact of the day is he has never had an above average quarterback in his HK career. So the main question resides, who is going to be the first pick in the draft?

    With fact number 1 and the rushing attack this does not appear to be the direction as Titans hold CJ2K, although his age is a factor it does not appear a running back will be number 1 this year. Factor number 2 with fact number 1 is the offensive line. It might not be known but the Titans lost both starting LT Michael Roos and backup LT Michael Otto. With last year's round 1 pick RG Chance Warmack and T10 pick, Titans aren't afraid to get offensive line and LT is in need. LTs have went number 1.

    Fact number 2, the owner loves linebackers and they are weak at MLB. But as the owner of Titans in HK M12 and M13 a virtual relationship with Zach Brown grew, and it is stronger than ever as the owner has missed him dearly and will reunite in season 3. The other OLB is a rookie and could become a force. The factor of MLB is where Colin McCarthy resides and a season 1 stud in Moise Fokou, aka Moses, seem to be fitting for the time being but could a MLB go number 1? MLB can change the whole defense.

    Fact number 3, in all of HK M12 edition Jake Locker was the QB throughout the release. M13 he was there until contract came due and parted ways for a rookie and things didn't pan out. Is this a sign that Jake Locker and this owner share something and a spark shines when they unite? With no contract being ran out yet things seem to point towards Jake Locker sticking around, but would this be a perfect time for Titans to draft a QB and get him some reps throughout the year to take Lockers spot in the future? Drafting the right QB could help the future of the team.

    A lot of questions surround the number 1 pick this year, to make things worse there is little to no scouting done at this point. So questions need to be answered before scouting in order to utilize the points the most.
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