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Fantasy Football Draft 2014: Tennessee Titans
Jake Locker, QB: The Washington product's long-term future remains in doubt and he hasn't shown the big play ability so far in the preseason. He does have the tools around him to succeed on the field, but his fantasy value is next to nothing. Locker has only one season playing in more than ten games since entering the league in 2011 and he's never averaged more than 8.21 yards per pass. You'll see him on the waiver wire with the 'please break glass in case of emergency' button. 

Shonn Greene, RB: Greene scared everyone after injuring his right knee in Week 2 of the preseason. Although he was able to practice the next week, it has to be a point of concern given it's the same knee he's undergone two procedures on the past year. However, he has looked like the old Shonn Greene up to this point and is the lead back. He will share the workload with rookie Bishop Sankey but could be serviceable as a reserve if your roster gets riddled with injury at the running back position. He definitely has a lot more upside than other backs available in the late rounds and should be considered as a guy to round out your roster if there's room. 

Bishop Sankey, RB: Sankey will be trying to bring that work horse ability to the NFL this season but fantasy enthusiasts are waaaay too high on him. Sankey is currently being drafted as a borderline #2 RB in the 5th round of drafts, 22nd at the position. As stated, he will be sharing the work load with Greene and even Dexter McCluster. Coach Whisenhunt does love to run the rock and Sankey definitely has value, but there's too much uncertainty and mouths to feed to consider him so highly. Ben Tate and Ray Rice are each going after Sankey, yet are in better situations from a work load perspective. Sankey deserves to be on your roster, but as a mid to low-level #3 RB. That will change if Greene or McCluster fall to injury, but better to play it cautious. He is a rookie and some growing pains are to be expected.

Justin Hunter, WR: Can you say sleeper? Unless you've been watching the Titans closely, Hunter is flying under the radar. He's currently being as a WR #5 in the 12-13th round range. Watching him in practice, he is clearly more settled in year two and confident in his abilities. He's got a better understanding on how to combine elite speed with that 6'4" frame and has been so good, the team is doing their best to keep him humble. All signs are on the wall for a breakout season...if Jake Locker can get him the ball. Don't be surprised if he winds up producing WR#3 numbers. For the price you'll have to pay, he's a steal. 

Kendall Wright, WR:  Unlike Hunter, Wright will be on most radars following his 1,079 yard effort last year. The down-side was his two scores in 16 games. With the emergence of Hunter and presence of Delanie Walker and Taylor Thompson, Wright isn't much of a red zone option. He was only targeted 14 times inside the 20 last year and there shouldn't be much optimism he'll see more in 2014. The hope is he can get more vertical after the catch and use that speed to rack up a few more points. 

Delanie Walker, TE: Walker had the best season of his eight year career in 2013, hauling-in six scores behind a 571 yard effort. He's lined up at different positions during red zone drills and could improve on his 27 targets inside the twenty last year. Walker finshed 12th among fantasy tight ends, yet is nowhere to be found on draft boards this season. Another near top ten finish should be in the cards as long as rookie Taylor Thompson doesn't steal too many targets. 

Follow Adrian Mojica on Twitter @FFFdaily and shoot any questions about your lineup, matchup or analysis you might have. Currently the digital producer for FOX 17, Adrian was a fantasy writer/editor and player news writer for NFL.com.

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Game Schedule

Date Home Visitors Location Score
08/09 Titans Green Bay Packers LP Field-7pm (Preseason) W: 20-16
08/15 Saints Titans Mercedes-Benz Superdome- 70m (Preseason) L: 31-24
08/23 Falcons Titans Georgia Dome- 6pm (Preseason) W: 24-17
08/28 Titans Vikings LP Field- 7pm (Preseason) L: 19-3
09/07 K.C. Chiefs Titans Arrowhead- 12pm (Regular Season Starts) W: 26-10
09/14 Titans Dallas Cowboys LP Field- 12pm (Home Opener on FOX 17) Loss: 26-10
09/21 Cincinnati Bengals Titans Paul Brown Stadium- 12pm Loss: 33-7
09/28 Indianapolis Colts Titans Lucas Oil Stadium- 12pm Loss: 41-17
10/05 Titans Cleveland Browns LP Field- 12pm Loss: 29-28
10/12 Titans Jacksonville Jaguars LP Field- 12pm Win: 16-14
10/19 Washington Redskins Titans FedEx Field- 12pm TBD
10/26 Titans Houston Texans LP Field- 12pm TBD
11/09 Baltimore Ravens Titans M&T Bank Stadium- 12pm TBD
11/17 Titans Pittsburgh Steelers LP- 7:30pm (Monday Night Football) TBD
11/23 Philadelphia Eagles Titans Lincoln Financial Field- 12pm TBD
11/30 Houston Texans Titans NRG Stadium- 12pm TBD
12/07 Titans N.Y. Giants LP Field- 12pm (On FOX 17) TBD
12/14 Titans N.Y. Jets LP Field- 3:05pm TBD
12/18 Jacksonville Jaguars Titans EverBank Field- 7:35pm (Thursday Night Football) TBD
12/28 Titans Indianapolis Colts LP Field- 12pm TBD

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