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Tennessee Titans NFL Draft Odds: Focus On Offensive Line

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Tennessee Titans NFL Draft Odds: Focus On Offensive Line

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The Tennessee Titans are coming off the worst season of the five-year Mike Vrabel era. The Titans went 7-10 – their first losing record under Vrabel and a five-game drop from 2021 – and they missed the postseason. 

An offense that ranked No. 2 in the NFL in scoring in 2020, went to 17th in ’21 and fell to a brutal 30th last year. The defense got markedly worse as well. 

But the team still has Derrick Henry – for now – and a run defense that ranked No. 1 in the league. There are glaring weaknesses, but strengths are there to bounce back if the offseason goes well. They can fill a clear need when they pick 11th in the 2023 NFL Draft. 

Bookies.com oddsmaker Adam Thompson has used his resources of NFL contacts developed over 20 years covering the league and the NFL Draft to create his hypothetical NFL futures on who gets selected 11th by the Tennessee Titans in the 2023 NFL Draft. 


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Tennessee Titans 1st Round Pick Odds (No. 11)

PlayerCollegeOddsImplied Probability
Peter Skoronski, TNorthwestern+25028.6%
Broderick Jones, TGeorgia+28526.0%
Darnell Wright, TTennessee+37521.1%
Jordan Addison, WRUSC+65013.3%
Nolan Smith, EdgeGeorgia+75011.8%
Will Levis, QBKentucky+9509.5%
The FieldN/A+9509.5%

Odds are projected and do not reflect any odds that may be available at legal betting sites or betting apps.

Who Will The Titans Take In 2023 NFL Draft?

It doesn’t take much digging to figure out where the Titans need the most help. Last year Tennessee ranked dead-last in the NFL in pass blocking, and third-worst in generating rush yards after contact, per Pro Football Focus. 

That means QB Ryan Tannehill didn’t have time to find receivers, and Henry had to do a lot of the work himself. 

Peter Skoronski Odds To join The Tennessee Titans

Just one starter from last season's offensive line returns, center Corey Levin. Former first-round tackle Andre Dillard was signed away from the Eagles and guard Daniel Brunskill was signed away from the 49ers. Each offensive tackle could start, but based on history, neither may be the long-term answer at the position. 

No. 11 is a good spot to find a starting tackle. With a run on QBs and edge rushers expected in picks 1-10, the Titans could have their pick of the offensive tackle litter, with three potential Week 1 starters on the board. At worst, 1-2 of them will be there to be considered. 

Peter Skoronski of Northwestern grades out as the best of the bunch. Many scouts believe his future is at guard, not tackle; “he’s a Pro Bowler at guard,” one scout told NFL.com. 

The Titans need both. Skoronski has the run-blocking chops right now to be a force on the line. The pass-blocking can be improved but the skillset is there to get better. And he comes from Northwestern, so one could assume he’s able to pick things up and continue improving. 

Paris Johnson Jr. of Ohio State is considered a high-ceiling guy who can play tackle and guard positions. Broderick Jones of Georgia is the most athletic of the bunch. He lacks experience as a starter, but projects to be a long-time producer at the NFL level. The Titans could find a spot for either green-but-talented rookie to step in and contribute. 

Aside from offensive line, wide receiver should be the only other position considered at No. 11 overall. There’s a chance no receivers will be taken yet, giving the Titans the one they like most. Jaxon Smith-Njigba of Ohio State and Quentin Johnston of TCU have the inside track to be that first wideout taken. 

The Field includes a number of other wideouts in the mix, including Jordan Addison of USC. O’Cyrus Torrence, the powerful guard from Florida, is the top true interior lineman on the board but is considered a later first-round pick. 

Complete List of Titans 2023 Draft Picks

  • Round 1 (Pick 11)
  • Round 2 (Pick 41)
  • Round 3 (Pick 72)
  • Round 5 (Pick 147)
  • Round 6 (Pick 186, from ATL)
  • Round 7 (Pick 228)

About the Author

Adam Thompson for Bookies.com
Adam Thompson
NFL writer and expert Adam Thompson joined Bookies.com in 2019 after a successful run as senior handicapper for SportsLine and CBSSports.com. He's long been established as one of the nation's premier handicappers, specializing in the NFL where he's hit on more than 60% over the past three years. Adam's NBA, PGA and horse racing picks have also produced major winners over the last 12 months. His customized NFL and NBA odds for players and teams have been picked up by hundreds of websites over the past year.