The Tennessee Titans may be without NFL flooding pioneer Derrick Henry for the rest of the period after tests on Monday truly investigating the earnestness of an actual issue to his right foot.
Meanwhile, NFL.com uncovered that New Orleans Saints quarterback Jameis Winston’s season is over after he hurt his knee during Sunday’s victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Trevor Siemian stepped in for Winston, who is acknowledged to have torn his ACL and experienced additional damage to his MCL.
“I cried when I saw him coming in,” said Saints lead coach Sean Payton after Sunday’s down. “It’s hard.” The injury came after a horse collar tackle from Winston’s past partner Devin White. “I scorn that this happened to you, man,” White told Winston after the injury. “Since you’re playing OK ball and just appealing to God for you.”
Henry had tests on Monday to check the earnestness of the injury after he finished a 34-31 additional time win in Indianapolis. Titans lead mentor Mike Vrabel said he understands Henry will do everything that can possibly be reachable to work himself back to help the Titans (6-2) but would not put a timetable on his return.
“Whenever will be that is where it’ll be,” Vrabel said. “I understand that he’ll be around our gathering in a rush. I understand that is fundamental for him. I understand that will be fundamental for our gathering. We should progress forward. We’ll have to forge ahead unfortunately without him here for the present and not recollect.”
The deceive NFL flooding champ went to the seat consistently in Sunday’s down and took his shoe off preceding returning. Henry wrapped up with 28 passes on for 68 yards and a 2.4-yard ordinary that was his most diminished this season. He played 54 of the 73 unfriendly snaps.
The 2020 AP NFL Offensive Player of the Year didn’t speak with editorialists after the game.
Henry drives the NFL with 937 yards flooding and 10 scores. He is the fundamental inspiration why the Titans at this point sit on the AFC as the No 1 seed having won four in progression.
Ryan Tannehill threw three score passes Sunday against the Colts to show up at 10 TDs this season stood out from Henry, who had his 10 TD goes through the underlying seven games.
The Titans visit the Los Angeles Rams (7-1) on Sunday night.
Henry transformed into the eighth man in NFL history to run for no under 2,000 yards last season with 2,027 yards on a work high 378 passes on. The 2015 Heisman Trophy victor and betray Pro Bowl running back had a joined 386 passes on in the 2019 season and end of the period games.
The Titans are fourth in hustling in the NFL, averaging 147.6 yards per game, helping them with situating second in the relationship in averaging 32 minutes, 49 seconds of proprietorship time per game.