As Titans look for first-round home run, a look back at their recent record

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans’ first-round pick Thursday night should be a power-five player with a ton of experience who’s ready to play in the season opener. He should never have had so much as a serious hangnail and pass every version of the “I-love-football-test.” He may be versatile but he should have an unquestionable primary position. He’ll be smart and coachable and an unquestionable alpha.

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Rashaan Evans

Perhaps it's a bit of a generalization, but it feels like the Titans' misses or guys who've not reached expectations have failed because of shortcomings in one or more of those areas.

It’s big to roll all that into one player, but hey, as I seek a home run, I’m not just looking for a pick who clears the fence, I’m looking for there not the be a question as the ball comes off the bat.

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