Ripping off some other site's brilliant idea, I thought I'd do a sort of "ideal draft" for the Titans from the perspective of both sides of the ball, and started with the offense. I ran into a basic problem, though.
Back when I did a post on setting roster expectations, I counted thirteen absolute locks on the offensive side of the ball. Realistically, though, in Kropog, Otto, and Ringer/White, there are three more essentially locks, bringing you up to 16 offensive players. Considering that the 53-man roster will be roughly split between offense and defense, that leaves room for 8 more offensive players.
The question, though, is how you allocate those players. I started this exercise by taking WR Dez Bryant in the first round, for a couple reasons: I think it's realistic he could be there, the character issues are a minor concern and not a severe one for me, and he'd be an additional gamebreaker for the Titans' offense.