NFL Week 6 Notes: Derrick Henry Shows Why He’s A RB With So Much Money, Patriot Needs Practice And Much More

NFL Week 6 Notes: Derrick Henry Shows Why He's A RB With So Much Money, Patriot Needs Practice And Much More

Running back should not matter. They are interchangeable, more or less. You don’t even have to pay for running banks.

Until you run back is Derrick Henry.

On the one hand, I can easily count the number of running backs that I feel are worth paying million 10 million per year from a team building standpoint. What Henry does for the Titans and what he does to defend the defense, he tops the list.

That wasn’t much clearer than Sunday’s 32-46 overtime win against Ha-3 Stun on Sunday, where Henry hit 222 yards on 22 carriages and 52 yards on 52 catches. Was thrown.

Henry ran for more than 100 yards for the 10th time in his last 14 bouts. Always a big comeback, his 2019 renaissance coincided with the inclusion of Ryan Tanhill as the starting quarterback. And make no mistake: Tenhill should be in your top-5 MVP rankings in six weeks.

But Henry is, without question, the most valuable member of the crime. Tanhill can only run so well because he respects Henry. At 6 feet-3 and about 250 pounds, Henry reached a high speed of 21.62 mph on his 94-yard touchdown run. This was the fourth fastest one-ball career to arrive this season, and it’s equally impressive, ridiculous and terrifying.

Henry’s ability to get yards after contact is second only to any of the active players. How he imposes his will against the defense has a favorable effect on the position. When it comes to team-specific value when it comes to running back, only Alvin Camara is in his position, in my humble opinion.

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It speaks volumes to the Titans organization and GM John Robinson that they did not allow Henry to play on the franchise tag this season. What I expected them to do – and obviously what I would do – was to run Henry in 2020, as in 2019. I see that he has made a catch and, come in March 2021, found out if I need to pick up or not I may have kicked the road because it is related to a long term contract.

But the Titans’ brass team realized Henry’s value. The accident led to him signing a four-year deal worth 50 50 million with a 25.5 million guarantee, which at the time was a top-three return in terms of average breast annual pay.

The Titans did the right thing by Henry. And with Henry playing a big part of his 5-0 start, he’s getting the team right.

Lack of patriotic practice performance

Desh Bhagat looked like a team that got to practice hard this week. They had better quarterbacks, coaches and defenders. And yet they lost 18-12 at home to Denver. I think Tennessee spoiled us on Tuesday when they took care of the buffaloes after a 12-day vacation, and that’s really what a team should look like without training.

“Well, it was a big challenge,” Bill Belichick said after the game. “Playing without the boys, hurting the boys, walking, some boys didn’t play together, didn’t practice together. So we need to get on the field, we need to practice, we need to develop some continuity. Needed. As a team, but especially there. “

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6 internal notes of the other week

  • It has taken me a long time but I will say this: it is time to stop calling Chicago Bears lucky. I did it for a month and more than 1) it never matters and 2) it’s not true anymore. The Bears are 5-1 with safe quarterback play and elite defensive performance. This combination is the recipe for nearby games, but winning 83% of their games doesn’t make them ‘lucky’.
  • I’ve been tough on the Philip Rivers, but he deserves it here. He erased a second quarter loss of 21-0 to cross 24-21 at half time. He then took the lead for his Colts to start the fourth quarter and injured 371 yards. He beat the Bengals, not the Smohaks, but in the 20-minute game I was sure we would soon see Jacob Brisett warm up on the sidelines.
  • Ron Riviera, who was going for two to win the match against New York, made all the sense of the world for me. From my point of view, he has a poor team led by a poor quarterback who is moving around in the game. In such cases, do not prolong the game. Try to eliminate it as soon as possible. You can do this with a game from the 2-yard line, and the game doesn’t work. People can make a great deal about play calls and, of course, okay. But going there to win means a lot.

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Cory Weinberg

About the author: Cory Weinberg

Cory Weinberg covers the intersection of tech and cities. That means digging into how startups and big tech companies are trying to reshape real estate, transportation, urban planning, and travel. Previously, he reported on Bay Area housing and commercial real estate for the San Francisco Business Times. He received a "best young journalist" award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors.

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