Is Derrick Henry’s Ground Game Enough to Revive Titans’ Season?

Derrick Henry is a beast, isn’t he? At 6’3″, 247 lbs, his stats are as massive as his frame. With 601 yards and 4 touchdowns this season, he’s not slacking off. But let’s chat. Is his ground game enough?

Picture this:

Henry smashing through defenses, a true Alabama powerhouse. Yet, the Titans are 3-5. What gives? They need more than Henry’s shoulder to carry them. Sure, his 4.4 yards per carry are impressive. But football is a team sport, right?

Look at the AFC South standings. The Titans are trailing. Jacksonville’s leading the pack at 6-2. Henry’s running hard, but where’s the support? Warren from the Steelers outpaced him with fewer carries. That’s telling.

Henry’s performance is solid. But one man’s back can only bear so much. Tennessee needs to step up their game in other areas. Don’t you think?

Let’s not forget Will Levis, with 262 passing yards. But that one interception… Ouch. They can’t rely solely on Henry’s legs to clinch wins. Football’s like a relay race. Henry’s running his part, but who’s taking the baton?

And the defense? They need to hold the line. It’s not just about scoring; it’s about stopping the other guys too. Isn’t that half the battle?

So, Titans fans, buckle up. It’s going to be a bumpy ride. Can Henry help? Absolutely. But it’s not a one-man show. Everyone needs to play their part. Can they do it? Only time will tell. But I’d say, keep an eye on the next game. It’s make or break, folks.