‘With the 22nd pick, in the 2021 NFL Draft, the Tennessee Titans select…’This is The Game Day’s Tennessee Titans 2021 NFL Draft Bet Picks, Predictions, and Prop Bets. All betting info provided by BetMGM.
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An 11-5 record and a first-place finish in the AFC South left the Titans with the No. 22 overall selection.
The Titans lost a few key pieces in free agency, including wide receiver Corey Davis and defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. However, they added defensive pieces Bud Dupree and Janoris Jenkins.
While the Titans remain in “win-now" mode with Ryan Tannehill and Derrick Henry, here are a few profitable NFL Draft bets for Tennessee.
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Position of Tennesse Titans First Drafted Player: Offense (+155)
Plus odds on this prop bet is super enticing as Tennessee’s biggest needs entering the NFL Draft are wide receiver and offensive line. At No. 22 overall, the Titans are in a prime slot to draft offensive linemen like Oklaholma’s Teven Jenkins or perhaps Virginia Tech’s Christian Darrisaw.
More importantly, the Titans need to replace the production lost by the departed Corey Davis, which they neglected to do in free agency. If Minnesota’s Rashod Bateman is available, he should be the selection here. Of course, an absolute sleeper pick is reuniting A.J. Brown with his Ole Miss teammate Elijah Moore and creating a dynamic, fast wide receiver tandem for Tannehill.
Position of Tennessee Titans First Player Drafted: Wide Reciever (+260)
Not only did the Titans lose Davis’s big receiving production, but they also lost Adam Humphries who provided 228 yards and two touchdowns. Adding Josh Reynolds from Los Angeles does not move the needle too much, especially if a prime wideout is still available.
On the rushing legs of Henry, Tennessee capitalizes on play-action, rolling the pocket and big shots down the field. Drafting a wide receiver would be the best way to ensure that offensive recipe for success remains intact.
I believe Bateman will be available in this slot, and even if he is already gone, there are other dependable, speedy options that GM Jon Robinson can select to continually bring out the best in Tannehill.
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