It’s Day 2 of the 2020 NFL Draft, and the Tennessee Titans filled a big need in the first round and will look to fill more needs on Day 2.
The Tennessee Titans might’ve filled its need at right tackle with its first-round draft pick of Isaiah Wilson out of Georgia, so where will the Titans go on Day 2 of the NFL Draft?
Well, the two next biggest needs for the Titans are currently EDGE rushers or defensive linemen and players in the secondary. That doesn’t mean the Titans will pull the trigger on a defensive lineman or corner on Day 2, though.
Titans general manager Jon Robinson has proven to be very good when it comes to drafting talent that is going to be beneficial to his team. With that being said, the Titans could draft a backup quarterback, a backup running back or a wide receiver in the second or third round.
I think it’s unlikely that the Titans skip over its biggest needs to draft a backup quarterback or running back on Day 2, but it could be something to watch for if the Titans try to make a trade or two.
The Titans currently have two picks scheduled for the second day of the draft. Both are the 29th pick in the second and third round and the 61st and 93rd overall pick.
If the Titans stay put and don’t make any trades, then I think it’s very possible we see the Titans address their two biggest needs in order. Depending on availability, I think we will see the Titans draft a cornerback in the second round and a defensive lineman in the third.
Jadeveon Clowney might also be in the back of Robinson’s mind when making these selections. It has been reported that the Titans are the only team that’s still interested in Clowney, so all they have to do is sign him, so that might impact some of Robinson’s selections.
When it comes to Day 3, we could see the Titans double back and make another selection at cornerback or defensive lineman and potentially a backup quarterback, running back, or even a kicker.
We all remember the mess that was the Titans’ kicking game last season, so that will need to be addressed sooner rather than later with a long-term solution. A seventh-round pick might be perfect for that, but that can also be addressed by signing an undrafted free agent.
The Titans have a few options when it comes to who they want to select on Day 2 of the draft, so it’ll be interesting to see what route they choose to go and if Robinson can find a gem.