Bishop Sankey

#20 RB / Tennessee Titans / EXP: 2YRS Height: 5-10 Weight: 209 lb Age: 23 College: Washington Bye 4,18,19,20,21

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Titans' Bishop Sankey: Could have increased role in Week 17

    Titans head coach Mike Mularkey said he hopes Sankey will get at least 30 snaps in Sunday's regular-season finale against the Colts, the Titans' official website reports. Sankey played exactly 30 snaps in Sunday's loss to the Texans, taking advantage of his team's massive deficit, in combination with Antonio Andrews' miscues. Sankey figures to get most of the passing-down work in Week 17, but it shouldn't actually be assumed that he'll go over 30 snaps. Andrews and David Cobb are probably still the better bets for early-down work.

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    Titans' Bishop Sankey: Totals most yards since Week 1

    Sankey rushed twice for 11 yards, and caught 3-of-4 targets for 43 more in Sunday's loss to Houston. Sankey's 54 yards from scrimmage marked his highest total since way back in Week 1. It's possible he could see more action in Week 17 with both David Cobb and Antonio Andrews struggling of late, but the disgraced former starter has teased owners often enough in his first two NFL seasons that not many will be holding their breath.

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    Titans' Bishop Sankey: Gets first offensive touches since Week 10

    Sankey didn't get a carry, but caught all three of his targets for 23 yards in Sunday's loss to the Patriots. Sankey got his first offensive touches since Week 10, as Dexter McCluster's season-ending wrist injury has opened up an opportunity for the second-year running back to get back on the field. His lack of involvement indicates Sankey still has a long way to go before he regains the coaching staff's trust, though.

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    Titans' Bishop Sankey: Could see more playing time

    Sankey is expected to see more action with Dexter McCluster (wrist) out for the season, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Sankey had fallen out of favor after opening the season as Tennessee's starting running back, but the 2014 second-rounder has a chance to make a late-season impact with Tennessee's backfield situation in shambles. He's teased owners with his potential only to flame out before, so don't put too much stock in this news until Sankey is actually seen making an impact on the field.

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    Titans' Bishop Sankey: Inactive Thursday

    Sankey is inactive for Sunday's game against the Jaguars. Sankey is the odd man out in the Titans' Week 11 backfield, with David Cobb active for first time this season.

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    Titans' Bishop Sankey: Gets first offensive touches since Week 6

    Sankey gained seven yards on two carries Sunday against the Panthers. Sankey hadn't gotten a carry since Week 6, but head coach Mike Mularkey decided to give him a brief opportunity with starter Antonio Andrews struggling mightily. Andrews is still the go-to guy in the Titans backfield, so don't expect much production from Sankey moving forward.

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    Titans' Bishop Sankey: Sees zero offensive snaps

    Sankey didn't play a single snap on offense Sunday in New Orleans. New coach, same story. It seems Mike Mularkey is equally as reluctant to give Sankey the ball as Ken Whisenhunt was in his final few weeks as head coach.

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    Titans' Bishop Sankey: Sees role diminish further after fumble

    Sankey didn't see a single offensive touch in Sunday's loss at Houston, and was removed from kick return duties in the second half after losing a fist-half fumble. Sankey continues to shoot himself in the foot, and it's apparent that the Titans coaching staff has lost all trust in him. It might be time to cut ties with the second-year running back, as he's having trouble even holding down a special teams role at this point.

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    Titans' Bishop Sankey: Gets zero touches

    Sankey did not get a touch on offense Sunday against the Falcons. Sankey's ineffectiveness has finally forced coach Ken Whisenhunt's hand. It's possible the second-year running back will work his way back into the mix eventually, but he's buried behind Antonio Andrews and Dexter McCluster on the depth chart as of right now.

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    Titans' Bishop Sankey: Barely touches ball against Miami

    Sankey gained 13 yards on three carries, and caught 1-of-3 targets for seven more Sunday against the Dolphins. It's not like Antonio Andrews did much better, but Tennessee's offense is so bad at the moment that it's best to avoid their backfield situation altogether if at all possible. Sankey should see a few more touches if the Titans are able to keep the game competitive against the Falcons next week.

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