Running back: B
This one was hard because the running backs did a great job in a game where there was almost no room to run and the Titans two best linemen were missing. However, there was no break-free, explosion play from the RBs.
Derrick Henry was a steady hammer, which doesn’t mean that he was a power back just that he can be a load to take down. The always shifty Dion Lewis made some slashing gains and made an impact without catching the ball which is big.
The reason they were above average is because the wildcat package really put the Titans in position to score their only offensive TD of the day.
In a freak play late in the game, Corey Davis fumbled the ball after a great catch and run and for what felt like eternity live (but was only a few seconds) the ball rolled around until Lewis batted it out of bounds. In all likelihood that saved the game for the Titans.
So, pretty good play against a loaded box and a few key plays feels like a solid “B”