Henry rushed for 21 yards on seven carries during Sunday's 21-0 loss to the Ravens. He also added one reception for five yards.
Henry led the Titans' backfield with eight touches but still didn't get enough volume to make an impact. That was due at least in part to game script; however, Henry has yet to see 20 touches in a game this season. Henry's poor individual performance -- he's averaging just 3.4 yards per carry -- and the Titans' poor offense have led to disappointing results through six games. Henry will look to get things going in Week 7 against the Chargers.
Henry rushed for 56 yards on 11 carries during Sunday's 13-12 loss to the Bills. He was targeted once, but did not record a catch.
Henry broke off his longest run of the season, bouncing off right tackle for 14 yards early in the second quarter. Despite leading the team in rushing yards and posting an improved 5.1 yards per rush, Henry has still to find the end zone this season. To make matters worse, he touched the ball 12 times in comparison to Dion Lewis' 15. While Henry's efficiency was improved, he hasn't surpassed 56 rushing yards in a game this season and doesn't have a lot of upside as a member of the low-powered Titans' offense.
Henry rushed for 24 yards on eight carries and added seven yards on two catches during Sunday's 26-23 win over the Eagles.
The yardage total matched Henry's season low as Marcus Mariota was thrust into the role of the team's leading rusher. Despite the ability to barrel through defenders, Henry is averaging just over three yards per carry so far this year, more than a full yard below his career average. Given the fact that he has yet to find the end zone and provides relatively little in the passing game, he is more like Tennessee's No. 2 back from a production standpoint.
Henry (back) does not carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Jaguars after practicing fully Friday, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Henry is available if you need him this week, but he's averaging just 2.9 yards per carry on 28 rushing attempts through two games, while backfield mate Dion Lewis has logged 30 carries for 117 yards and a touchdown in that span. The current timeshare he's in combined with the rugged matchup Henry faces this weekend make him hit-or-miss fantasy option Week 3. Overall, though, we do expect his efficiency to increase in the coming weeks, and perhaps working out of the wildcat formation occasionally -- as he did five times Week 2, per Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site -- could lead to some chunk gains for Henry.
Henry rushed for 56 yards on 18 carries during Sunday's 20-17 win over the Texans. He also completed an eight-yard pass during the contest.
After pulling ahead early with some trickery, the Titans seemed content to play it safe through most of Sunday. That strategy can help explain why it was tough sledding for Henry, but it doesn't change the fact that things haven't looked good early. He's averaging just 2.9 yards per carry thus far this season. Full judgement should probably be held until he gets a full game with a healthy Marcus Mariota (elbow), who has been held out since midway through Week 1.
|7||10/21/18||@ LAC||9:30 am|
|Bye: Week 8|
|9||11/5/18||@ DAL||8:15 pm|
|11||11/18/18||@ IND||1:00 pm|
|12||11/26/18||@ HOU||8:15 pm|
|15||12/16/18||@ NYG||1:00 pm|
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