Of the current Titans on the list, the player most likely to fall by the wayside is Walker. Walker will turn 33 in August and, quite frankly, given what the team has done this offseason, he might not see the targets he has in the past.
Walker got 102 targets in 2016, second only to Rishard Matthews‘ 108. With the addition of Corey Davis, Eric Decker and even rookie tight end Jonnu Smith, Walker could see his targets fall off this season. Given that, he could drop off the list. But that doesn’t mean the Titans don’t potentially have some replacements in the Top 100 for 2018.
Offensive tackle Jack Conklin certainly garnered his share of attention as a rookie in 2016. Right tackles don’t typically get the same amount of love as left tackles. Four made the Top 100, none of which play on the right side. So Conklin would have to have a stellar season.
Davis also has a shot. The fifth-overall pick in this year’s draft, Davis has plenty of talent. He also has an improving young quarterback in Mariota getting him the football. Davis would have to have a pretty big season, however. The lowest-rated receiver on this year’s list — Seattle’s Doug Baldwin — caught 94 passes in 2016.