Titans expect more out of running back Derrick Henry

Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota hands off to running back Derrick Henry during a 21-0 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Oct. 14 in Nashville.

NASHVILLE - Derrick Henry might be running out of time with the Tennessee Titans.

The 2015 Heisman Trophy winner and former University of Alabama standout talked a month ago about needing to run better and be more physical. Three games later, nothing much has changed - for now. Henry is still the Titans' starting running back, though Dion Lewis is making a case for that spot.

It's Lewis who is coming off the best rushing game this season by a Titans running back. He totaled 91 yards on 13 carries during a 20-19 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers in London on Oct. 21, when Henry had 33 yards on 12 carries.

For the season, Henry has 273 yards on 84 carries and Lewis 277 on 73. Each has rushed for one touchdown.