3. Derrick Henry leaves as his successor takes over
The Tennessee Titans remain a fairly competitive football team this season, but one particular situation has fans buzzing. The back field looks to be shifting, little by little. Longtime Titans running back Derrick Henry has been the most dominant at his position for the last several years. He's been a staple in this Tennessee offense.
However, Henry is 29 years old and hitting that point in his career where he is on the downward trend. If you have watched any Titans games thus far, you'll notice there is a stark difference between when Henry gets the ball and when rookie Tyjae Spears gets the ball. Spears has a lot more juice and looks as though he's slowly taking over the lead back role.
Henry deserves a shot to win a championship. He would certainly have that in Baltimore, as the Ravens have been hurt at the running back position for years now. J.K. Dobbins' time in Baltimore could be up after another season-ending injury. Justice Hill and Gus Edwards have been injured as well, already this season.
Mixing Henry in with the rotational roles of Hill and Edwards would give this offense another dimension. Henry may have one last push in him, and having him in Baltimore would be a blast.