Here's why it's awfully hard for the Titans to make Derrick Henry a volume runner

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Want to be the sort of high-volume runner proponents of Derrick Henry say the Titans big back should be?

The key is catching passes.


If you want the volume, you need to be on the field for all three downs, and if you want to be on the field for all three downs you need to be a well-rounded back who can threaten not just as a ball-carrier but as a receiving threat.

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