The Tennessee Titans finished the regular season 6-11, picking up a win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 18 of the NFL season. The win helped to unseat the Jags from the AFC South title and eliminated them from the playoffs. It cost Tennessee a crucial loss in the standings, but they are still locked into a top-seven pick either way.
Titans draft order: 7th pick
1.01 Chicago Bears (via Carolina Panthers)
1.02 Washington Commanders
1.03 New England Patriots
1.04 Arizona Cardinals
1.05 Los Angeles Chargers
1.06 New York Giants
1.07 Tennessee Titans
1.08 Atlanta Falcons
The Titans picked up a big win over Jacksonville, and that probably felt great to do against a rival in the division. The problem is that the victory likely cost them two draft spots as Tennessee could’ve been drafting fifth overall depending on how the strength of schedule shaped out.
Titans mock draft: Potential first-round pick
1.07 Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame
The good news for Tennessee is that they seem to be content with Will Levis under center and Tyjae Spears heading the backfield. The Titans are likely moving on from veteran running back Derrick Henry in free agency, so giving Levis and Spears more protection up front won’t be a bad thing. This pick could change if the Titans decide to try and use another first-round pick on a wide receiver, but for now, they should look into drafting Notre Dame offensive tackle Joe Alt.
Barring a poor Combine or injury, Alt looks like a player who can join the offensive line in Week 1 of the 2024 season. if they want to stick with offensive tackle and Alt is gone, Penn State OT Olumuyiwa Fashanu could be a good player to shift to. Alabama EDGE rusher Dallas Turner would be the best defensive player available if they want to address the defensive line if the offensive options they are targeting happen to be gone.