Henry had a better December than any other RB in the NFL so obviously he makes the list.
Jeremy McNichols has been very successful running and catching the ball this preseason. He has run the outside zone well, he has shown the vision and patience to cutback at the right times, he has motioned out of the backfield and lined up out wide, and he has had receiving and rushing TDs already in the preseason.
Add in some work on special teams and you are going to have to convince me that someone else on the Titans roster has done more to raise his stock in the past month.
Dion Lewis makes the list because there isn’t a big financial incentive to cut him and the Tennessee Titans aren’t going to keep less than three RBs. Even if you aren’t a big Lewis fan, you have to admit that he has had some nice runs and receptions when he has been able to get in the open field.
David Fluellen is technically and RB until we can officially call him an FB, but like the New England Patriots have shown for years, you want to build a team that can adapt to attack any defense. Fluellen might be a nice FB/RB to fill out the roster.