1. Dion Lewis
Dion Lewis was expected to be a key contributor in the passing game this season. A few weeks ago, he even referred to himself as a “playmaker”.
In reality, he has been essentially a non-factor in the offense, amassing just 116 total yards on 30 total touches and zero touchdowns through six games. Not exactly the ideal statistics for a “playmaker”.
It seems that the team has been trying to get him to make plays, but it just has not panned out for him at all, whether on the ground or through the air. He’s not completely at fault, as Derrick Henry has had his struggles rushing the football as well, but Lewis really has not had much of a positive contribution at all.
The Titans recently signed Dalyn Dawkins and Rod Smith to the active roster, which could mean that Lewis’ time in Nashville could be coming to an end very soon.
It’s not likely that the Titans will get much more than a late-round pick for Lewis, as he is now 29 years old and on a steady decline.