Derrick Henry and Titans rushing attack have a problem

Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry struggled to run the football effectively in Sunday's disappointing 20-16 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Henry was held to 38 rushing yards on 17 carries. Henry's 2.2 yards per carry represented his second-lowest output of the season.

The Bengals' defensive line won the trench battle. They routinely out-physicaled Tennessee's offensive line. Henry was routinely met in the backfield and found little room to operate. Besides wanting it more, Cincinnati's defense approached Henry and Tennessee's rushing attack with a clear strategy. They executed their game plan to perfection . . .

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Author: Justin MeloSenior Writer, Interviewer and Podcaster for Broadway Sports covering the Tennessee Titans and NFL draft. For more than five years, Justin Melo has professionally covered all things NFL draft and Titans for The Draft Network, SB Nation and USA Today. Best known for his Interview Series with NFL draft prospects, Justin has interviewed more than 500 NFL players. Co-host of the Music City Audible podcast alongside Justin Graver (@titansfilmroom).