NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Through four games, perhaps no high-money member of the Tennessee Titans has done less than Dion Lewis.

The third-down back has 13 carries for 45 yards (for 3.5 a carry) and nine catches for 22 yards (for 2.4 a reception) and is a central figure in a broken screen game that produced a gigantic Derrick Henry touchdown on opening day and virtually nothing else. Lewis dropped one pass.MariotaLewisSwingScreen

“I think that we’d like to be better on some of those screens, block better, run better,” Mike Vrabel said.

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