Snap counts: Offense
First, we’ll begin with the snap counts on offense.
-It was good to see Derrick Henry back, and most importantly, healthy. His 47 snaps were tied for the most he has had in a game this season, so clearly his hamstring wasn’t a concern. In fact, with the game already in hand, head coach Mike Vrabel let Henry get a few extra carries to secure the rushing title.
–Darius Jennings was involved immediately upon his return to Tennessee. Jennings played a season-high 16 snaps with both Adam Humphries and Cody Hollister unable to suit up. In his earlier stint with Tennessee, Jennings never played more than eight on offense in a game.