Missing home runs from Derrick Henry mean even Titans' foundation is not right

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Yes, the Titans are 3-2 and have won three in a row. They've been fighting through their deficiencies and finding ways.

They are rested, coming off a bye for a quick rematch for their top challenger in the AFC South. The Colts have a similar story, minus the rest, but they’ve lost four consecutive games to Tennessee and five out of six.

Derrick Henry

Pool photo/ Tennessee Titans

Still, it’s difficult not to judge the Titans against the standards of their own fine play in recent years and the standards of quality football that will be required for playoff success. I don’t think I am alone in feeling that.

They’ve created high expectations.

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