NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Spread concepts have infiltrated the NFL for some time now, some teams happily embracing them, some more grudgingly adopting some out of necessity due to the personnel available from the league’s college farm system.

The Titans have not really headed that direction offensively, remaining a run-heavy team and even recently returning to a share of I-formation sets with a fullback.

It turns out, however, they found the back who’s turning the league's general course alteration inside-out.
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Those smaller linebackers chasing down those smaller backs who are catching passes and even lining up wide are not nearly as equipped to handle the 6-foot-3-inch, 247-pound Derrick Henry as the sort of defenders Eddie George (6-3, 235) saw during his career were.

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