Scout's Take: Ryan Tannehill efficient, under control when it mattered most vs. Texans

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Ryan Tannehill had his ups and downs throughout the Texans-Titans game, but when he was needed, he was efficient and under control.

The sack/fumble and interception were turning points in the game for Houston, but this is what a veteran quarterback can do for a team that stays consistent with the play-calling and putting personnel in spots to utilize its skills.TannehillTexans20AM

Photo courtesy Alison McNabb, Tennessee Titans.

Derrick Henry is the most patient running back in the NFL. This trait goes back to college when he would split time with other first-round running backs. He knows the defenses are keying on him, but if he continues to stay patient, not change up his run style, read the holes and not perceive that there will be traffic. He continues to run hard through the initial line and when there is a crease, he explodes through it.

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