Titans 3rd Round Selection (#70): CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson

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  1. TrueTitan

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    Poyer (Oregon St) or Ryan (Rutgers) are better. Oh well, hopefully we'll get a decent DE soon.
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  2. ImATitan

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    You won't hear me complain. About 10 picks before us, I said Wreh-Wilson or Okafor at 70. He's a big press CB, which we've been looking for!

    Webster is strategic. 68 & 69 we're both CB picks, we went out at 70 and got one of the best guys out there. The talent at CB was starting to fall off, whereas DE is currently deeper with Okafor, Moore & Lemonier. I'd be ecstatic to land one of those guys at 97.
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  3. ScotTitan

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  4. steverife

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    LOL @ JMac not posting up about this pick on FB.
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  5. ImATitan

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    Certainly JMac doesn't feel threatened after that big extension we gave him
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  6. Titanup1982

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    Wilson is smarter than Verner in the classroom :)
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  7. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    Blah-bitty Bleh-Wilson is what I'll be calling him while Mouton holds him off on the depth chart.


    Really don't understand this pick.
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  8. TitanAtl

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    Personally I am hoping we don't take Lemonier. I am saying that as an Auburn grad also who has watched him the last few years. He just doesn't seem to have the drive and desire to be great in the NFL. He definitely has the physical skill set if the Titans feel like they can get him to play hard every play(and learn to play the run even decently unless they only want to use him on passing downs).
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  9. Alex1939

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    I sadly agree. This seems like a throw away draft pick on CB depth that will never be a starter.
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  10. ImATitan

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    Wreh-Wilson has the frame to play outside and allow Verner to move inside. This could become a good pick. It's not like we plucked him out of thin air either. He was a top 10 CB on a lot of boards.
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