Terry Robiskie pored over the statistics Sunday night, after the Titans lost their second consecutive game, 16-10, to the Dolphins in Miami. One number leapt off the page. It applied to Derrick Henry. But as the Titans’ offensive coordinator, responsibility resides with Robiskie. “You sit down and look at your sheet and you say, ‘Wow. He had four touches,’” Robiskie said after practice Thursday. “You’ve just got to find a way to put the ball in his hands. I don’t know where those touches are going to come from, but they’re going to come from somewhere, we hope. We’re going to find a way to put the ball in his hands a couple more times.” The Titans are 10-1 when Henry receives at least seven carries, including 2-0 this season. They are 1-8 in games when he does not, including 0-3 this season. The Titans (2-3) host the Colts (2-3) on "Monday Night Football," a critical game as both teams strive to keep pace in the AFC South. Henry has played second fiddle to veteran DeMarco Murray ever since the Titans used a 2016 second-round draft pick to pluck the bruising running back out of Alabama, where he won the Heisman Trophy and helped lead the Crimson Tide to a national championship.
Titans want to get Henry more involved with offense struggling
Tennessean | Oct 14