The Tennessee Titans have two relatively well-known running backs on their roster. One is Derrick Henry, a former Alabama bruiser eyeing a " " after DeMarco Murray's retirement. The other is Dion Lewis, a jack of all trades who played in two Super Bowls with the New England Patriots. What sets them apart the most, though?
Henry is 6-foot-3 and 247 pounds.
Lewis is 5-foot-8 and 195 pounds.
This disparity was never more clear than when the Titans shared a picture of the two standing side by side at training camp.
And Twitter, as it often does, immediately responded -- first marveling at, then embracing the absurdity of Tennessee's duo:
Love to see father-son bonding— Brad (@BrinkBrad) July 30, 2018
Please tell me he’s just 30 yards closer— Danny Niehaus (@RoadHaus) July 30, 2018
Bring your child to work day— Not Kevin Durant (@JoeyThe_Creator) July 30, 2018