Well, the obvious happened. When their first round selection, number ten overall rolled around, the Titans had a choice of a couple standout defensive players in defensive tackles Sharrif Floyd and Star Lotulelei, but that didn't deter them from taking the player it seemed like they'd been destined to take since early January, Alabama guard Chance Warmack.
Warmack was college football's most dominant offensive lineman in 2012 in leading a powerful Crimson Tide ground attack. I was a bit meh on him as a top ten pick-in my mind, he's not that superior of a prospect compared to David DeCastro, whom the Titans passed on when they took Kendall Wright last year. Still, right guard was the biggest hole on the depth chart, and Warmack will immediately step in there, plus he's strong enough to block J.J. Watt. If he can stay in front of him, it'll work. If not, well… either way, expect to see the Titans run the ball, run the ball, and run some more this season.