Loser: Dion Lewis, RB
Look, I don’t want to be negative or overreact, but that was a tough game to watch if you are a Dion Lewis supporter.
As a receiver, not only did he drop a screen pass that could have gone for a touchdown or at the very least a first down, but he just didn’t look dynamic at all with the ball in his hands even in wide open space.
Lewis ended up with 6 touches for 13 yards and a drop. That just can’t happen when you are taking snaps away from someone like Derrick Henry who needs all the carries he can get to really get going.
Right now I truly don’t know whether or not the Titans would have been off keeping Jeremy McNichols and trying to move Lewis but either way this has to start an honest conversation about which players need to be active on gameday and whether or not some veteran additions need to be made.