Tennessee Titans 2017 Team Needs
The Titans had a breakout season under Mike Mularkey - an underrated Head Coach given his past. With two first round selections and a ton of youth along their offense the team is in good position to make a push for a Divisional title that should be wide open in 2017.
Primary Needs: WR, S, CB
Secondary Needs: DL, LB, TE
Free Agency Strategy: The Titans $65 million in cap space place them in a distant third in the league. The team will be able to bring in some desirable free agents. They should probably start by resigning Chance Warmack to a long term contract. Warmack is a very good, though not great guard, but he offers continuity for a young offense. Unless the Titans see a cheaper or better option at guard, resigning Warmack makes sense. The team could aso look to bring in a veteran receiver in order to give Mariota another weapon. A rookie at this position is also likely but the team really needs multiple options here. The Titans should consider paying for Stephon Gilmore to stabilize their cornerback spots, but they shouldn’t overpay for a player his age.
Draft Strategy: With two first round selections and major needs in the secondary many expect the Titans to double up and take both a safety and cornerback in the first round. The team will have its choice of either with their first selection and solid options at both with the latter. Tight ends and cornerbacks will also have some value in the mid rounds with players like Jordan Leggett and Cordrea Tankersley being third round options for the team.