SUMMARY: Titans GM Floyd Reese and the scouts have a couple of weeks to look at film and prepare for the NFL Combine in Indianapolis the last week in February. But the first pick for the Titans in the 2006 NFL Draft may be an easier decision than in year's past. "When you're picking at three, it's not brain surgery to figure out the number of choices you're going to have," Reese said. "When you’re picking 30th, there may be 50, 60 or 70 players to choose between. But when picking at three, there are probably only about four, five or six guys to choose from." Reese has also said need will not come into play and his team will look at the best player available. "You select on who's the third best player in the country," Reese said. "If it's somebody that can make a difference for you right way, then so be it. If it's somebody makes difference for you over the next 10 or 12 years, then so be that. It all depends on who is that guy." What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.