Scouting preview: Why the Jets should be a pushover for the Titans

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Derrick Henry has run for over 353 yards on 80 rushes and leads the Titans with 12 catches.

Henry has 13 more carries than the second-leading running back through three weeks, Joe Mixon. Nick Chubb ranks fifth and has 60 percent of Henry's workload.

The Titans are probably facing the winless New York Jets without their two best and most productive wide receivers in Julio Jones and A.J. Brown.

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They are both dealing with hamstring injuries.

In a game against a very poor team like the Jets, I am sure the Titans were wanting to rest their superstar Henry, giving him a week with fewer snaps, hits, and punishment. But he may be forced to play a larger role now because of Tennessee’s depleted receiving group.

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