Tennessee Titans RB Roles
Team: Tennessee Titans
Last Update: 5/1/2023
Role Security: Very High
05/01/2023 Henry should continue to average over 20 touches per game. In addition to his rushing attempts, he's been seeing up to a few targets per game over the last two seasons, which should continue. Hassan Haskins is slated to be Henry's backup, though that may not translate into more than a few touches per contest. Third-round rookie Tyjae Spears, Julius Chestnut and Jonathan Ward will battle for the No. 3 role. Henry should dominate work, as usual, in the red zone.
05/01/2023 Treylon Burks is expected to be the Titans' alpha WR, and he should see 5-10 targets in most games. Nick Westbrook-Ikhine and Chris Moore will compete for the No. 2 and No. 3 roles. Both of those roles may not result in high target volume. Kyle Philips dealt with injuries last year, but he could earn time as a slot WR.
05/01/2023 Chigoziem Okonkwo took on a significant role as a receiver down the stretch, though he usually played less than half the snaps. He should see at least a few targets per week. But if his snaps increase, he has a chance to be the second-best receiving option on the team. Fifth-round rookie Josh Whyle will compete for a depth role.