We're only a few days away from the long-awaited, highly-anticipated event of the offseason: the 2010 NFL Draft.
With draft-day fast approaching, the mostly consensus opinion regarding what the Tennessee Titans should do with the #16 selection in the first round has been centered upon picking up an impact defensive end. Names such as Jason Pierre-Paul, Derrick Morgan and Brandon Graham have frequently been mentioned as potential candidates to fill the team's void at the DE position.
Outside of defensive end, there's been talk in some circles about the possibility of selecting a cornerback such as Joe Haden, Kyle Wilson or maybe even Earl Thomas in the first round.
Personally, whether it's the DE or CB position, I'm hoping that the Titans will utilize the best player available approach as their modus operandi on draft day.