NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Well before Mike Vrabel was their head coach, the Titans were a run-based team.

During their six-year streak of winning seasons with five playoff appearances, with Derrick Henry at the forefront since 2018, they’ve been especially so.


In times of trouble – and at 0-2 they are in trouble now – they’ve looked to the offensive line to reset the tone, carve room for Henry, create time for Ryan Tannehill and set things right.

“Just think about every time throughout all of our lives when things haven't really been great,” Mike Vrabel said. “We've all faced adversity. You rally around what you believe, your core beliefs and your family, the people that you trust. That was what my message was, ‘Do the things that we believe in and that we know works.’”

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