Mike Herndon: Titans' first-and-10 handoffs to Derrick Henry are a coaching issue

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The NFL is a league of parity. The “bad teams” are never quite as bad as most believe and the good teams are not as invincible.

Week One was a sharp reminder of that fact. Underdogs went 10-6 against the spread and won outright in six of those 10 as the Browns, Bears, Steelers, Vikings, Giants and Seahawks all pulled opening day upsets.

Derrick Henry

Pool photo/ Cameron Faulkner, Tennessee Titans

However, Titans fans won’t likely find much solace in those facts as their team started the 2022 season with an extremely disappointing home loss to a rebuilding Giants team in a game that they controlled for 58 minutes out of 60.

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