Sankey is the odd man out in the
Bishop 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 Tennessee Titans backfield, so don't expect much production from Sankey moving forward.
Bishop 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.
Bishop 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 Tennessee 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.
Bishop 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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