2. Marlon Mack, RB
Mack is a great example of a back that fits a scheme very well.
When the offensive line and coaching were improved in 2018 Mack suddenly looked like a solid player, especially when using zone running schemes. While the Tennessee Titans have the best playmaker and biggest home run threat RB in the division by a wide margin in Derrick Henry (just look at the stats) they could use a solid RB2.
I think the Titans are going to consider a change behind Henry soon if Dion Lewis doesn’t rebound quickly from a bad game on Sunday. In this dream scenario I think Mack would be a great RB2 that adds some more shiftiness to runs to pair with Henry’s upfield explosion and impossibility to tackle consistently in the open field.
Mack has always been just another guy in that backfield because when the Colts are good, it is because of QB, TEs, or WRs. However, for the first time in a long time a running back has a chance to be the face of an offense and he is someone that the Tennessee Titans are going to have to fear and respect on Sunday.