Snap counts: Offense
Here’s the snap counts for the Titans on offense in Week 15, following by some takeaways.
-Despite playing injured, Derrick Henry has now played on 37 and 39 snaps in each of the past two games, which is slightly lower than the 40 and 44 he played on in Weeks 12 and 13 when he was considered healthier.
-Dion Lewis saw 24 snaps, one more than he saw in Week 14, and he was able to find the end zone for the first time this season on an 11-yard reception. Henry totaled 21 carries to Lewis’ three, so Lewis didn’t really see an uptick in workload, nor did Henry see a lessened workload.
-Brown continues to out-snap Corey Davis, and he was just six snaps shy of being in on every offensive play for the Titans in Week 15. Davis is still very-much involved, but he simply isn’t producing with his playing time. He also had a drop and Ryan Tannehill didn’t see him when he was open on a few occasions on Sunday.
-We were hoping to see Khari Blasingame possibly get a few more snaps and maybe a carry or two with Henry playing hurt, but he didn’t get the ball once on the ground and played the same number of snaps as he did in Week 14. His lone reception was for no gain.