NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- When Derrick Henry is your leading rusher that is a good thing. When he is also your leading receiver during a game, questions must be raised.

Henry finished the game with 21 carries for 104 yards and four receptions for 59 yards.

Derrick Henry

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I believe Henry should be on the field in all passing situations because he creates a threat and playmaking option that Hassan Haskins just can’t provide.

Offensive coordinator Todd Downing has very few options on offense.

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