Yes, but if you want to sparge, you'll need your second pot to heat the sparge water.
What I was suggesting is draining into a bucket or something, heat sparge water in your second kettle, add that to the tun as sparge water, drain (add) that running to your wort already collected, pour all that back into the boil pot for the boil process.
Keg #1: RHESB 6.2
Keg #2: Cascadian Stout
Keg #3: BMC West
Fermenter #1 Bourbon/Oak Vanilla Porter
Bottled: Mjolnir Mead, Lazy Daze Hefe, The Bollocks ESB, Dark Matter stout.