Tennessee Titans 2022 NFL Draft Best First-Round Targets

With Derrick Henry running the show, the Tennessee Titans have been a postseason contender for the past couple of years. But as we’ve seen this past season, they live and die by King Henry’s blunt sword. In turn, the Titans would be wise to add the necessary pieces on both sides of the ball at the draft this month if they want to remain in the conversation of the AFC’s real Super Bowl contenders.

Nitrobetting is ready to equip its bettors with the latest news, futures NFL odds, and special features for the duration of the 2022 NFL offseason. This time, let’s examine the best first-round prospects that the Tennessee Titans may strongly consider picking up at the upcoming 2022 NFL Draft.

Top 2022 NFL Draft First-Round Picks for the Tennessee Titans

READ MORE: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2022 NFL Draft Best First-Round Targets

David Ojabo – Michigan (EDGE)

Harold Landry needs a solid pass-rushing partner on the opposite end of the defensive line, thus making Michigan’s David Ojabo a prospect that Tennessee should have its sights set on. Ojabo doesn’t carry the same promise as other rookie edge rushers at the draft such as Kayvon Thibodeaux or Travon Walker, but the Titans should still find the 6-foot-3 D-lineman on the board with the 26th-overall pick. Ojabo generated 37 QB pressures over his last 10 games for John Harbaugh’s Wolverines in 2021.

Zion Johnson – Boston College (G)

The loss of guard Roger Saffold to the Bills this offseason hurts, so the Titans also need to plug the hole left by Saffold on the O-line. Enter Zion Johnson, who allowed just six QB pressures in his final year at Boston College. Johnson’s best performance last season came against the vaunted Clemson defense after allowing just one pressure in 46 pass-blocking snaps, and is a relatively solid run-blocker who could pave running lanes for Henry immediately.

Kenyon Green – Texas A&M (G)

Johnson might not be on the board by the time the Titans get to their first-round pick, which means they may have to reach for another guard from the rookie pool. That being said, Texas A&M’s Kenyon Green could be a surprise first-round selection given how thin the guard position is at the draft.The 323-pound Green does not have the mobility that NFL linemen possess just yet, but he’s played every O-line position for the Aggies outside of center to display his versatility. Green allowed just three QB pressures over his last seven starts at TAMU.

Updated Tennessee Titans 2022 NFL Futures Odds

As of this writing, the Titans are priced at +1,800 to win Super Bowl 57. They share the same odds to win SB LVII as the reigning AFC champions in the Cincinnati Bengals, but there are nine other teams ahead of Tennessee in Cincinnati with better odds of capturing the Lombardi Trophy in the upcoming season. The Titans are also currently priced at (+120) to win the AFC South crown and are in a heated battle odds-wise with the Indianapolis Colts, who are slightly ahead at (+115).

Check out our latest sports betting guides for the 2022 NFL season. Stay tuned for more football previews and articles and don’t forget to check out the latest football betting odds at our online Bitcoin sportsbook.

*All stated odds are subject to change without prior notice.