NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans are a resilient team that has proven capable of overcoming a lot.

But sustaining a winning formula without Derrick Henry is a lot different than plugging holes in the secondary when they are without Kristian Fulton and Caleb Farley or mixing and matching the offensive line as players fall out with injuries.

Henry is responsible for 50 percent of the Titans’ offensive yards and 55 percent of their offensive touches.

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Minus him, the Titans have a major personnel adjustment to make.

But they also have a major psychological adjustment to make.

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