By John Glennon
Heading into Day Two of the NFL Draft, the desires of the Titans faithful seemed almost Biblical in nature.
One could almost hear fans chanting – through social media, that is – Elijah! Elijah! Elijah! -- as proceedings kicked off from Cleveland on Friday night.
Thirty-seven picks into the third round, the Titans did indeed pick an Elijah, though it probably wasn’t the fans’ first choice by that name. This was University of Washington cornerback Elijah Molden, as opposed to Elijah Moore, the electric slot receiver and former teammate of A.J. Brown at Ole Miss, who was long gone by then.
That lead-up shouldn’t be taken as a slight to Molden, who by all appearances looks to be a steal, a ready-made slot cornerback selected with the 100th overall pick of the draft.
But in its own way, the selection of Molden may have summed up Rounds Two and Three for the Titans. There were plenty of good things to say about all three of the Titans’ selections – tackle Dillon Radunz, linebacker Monty Rice and Molden.
It’s just that at the end of the night, there was at least as many questions about which positions the Titans didn’t address as . . .
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