NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Defenses are still loading the box, and the Titans are still running with success.

The team absolutely misses Derrick Henry. His playing style, home run hitting, ability to dominate a game and leadership are obviously integral to their offense.

A.J. Brown

Pool photo/ Mark Humphrey, AP

But in six games without him, they’ve pieced together a run game that averages 135 yards a game, just 13 fewer than they were getting with Henry in the backfield.

It’s the absence of A.J. Brown that’s been a bigger hit to the Titans.

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