Derrick Henry thinks about his future for the Titans now that they are out in the playoff race.

Derrick Henry thinks about his future for the Titans now that they are out in the playoff race.

Tennessee quarterback Derrick Henry said his is thinking about his future after the Titans’ disappointing 19-16 loss of the Houston Texans in Sunday, which took them out of the playoff picture for good.

In a moment, Henry said, “Yes, definitely today your had the sense [that it might be the end about my career for the Titans].” Henry is usually very present.

“I thought I might just barely make it into the playoffs, but with three games left, I was out.” I’ve worked here my whole life. I really wanted to end on a high note, but that’s not going to happen.

The Titans will decide what to do with 29-year-old Henry’s future after this season. He will be a free agent after his four-year, $50 million deal signed in 2020 ends.

This summer, Tennessee will have $91.8 million in cap space, which means they could sign Henry. But youngster Tyjae Spears has played 410 snaps this season, just one less than Henry.

The play that Henry did Sunday proved his worst game as a starter; he ran 16 times for 9 yards. Before the game, he had run for an average of 203.6 yards in his last five games toward Houston.

He said, “We weren’t outstanding today as a whole.” “Today, they were a stronger team.” They deserve the praise. They seemed to know the answer to everything.

Henry has run 214 times for 875 yards or 10 scores in 14 games this season. After Eddie George, he has 9,210 rushing yards, which is the second most to Oilers/Titans history. He also has 88 rushing scores, which is the most in franchise history.

Next week, the Titans play at home against the Seattle Seahawks, then go to Houston, and finally, they play the Jacksonville Jaguars at home to end the season.

There were no words for what Derrick Henry thought was the worst day for his NFL career. Henry didn’t play a role during the OT loss against the Houston Texans on Sunday. He ran 16 times for 9 yards and caught 4 passes for 1 yard.

You can count at home: that’s 20 touches for 10 yards. CBS Sports Research says Henry had the fewest rush yards in an outing since 1950 for a player with 20 or more touches.
He is the first player in NFL history to have 20 tackles and less than 15 running yards in a game.

Henry gained an average of 0.5 yards per touch. With three games left, the Tennessee Titans were out of the playoff running, which made Henry wonder about his future in the team.

Henry said after the game, “Definitely today that you had that feeling.” This is what the team wrote down.

“We thought we might be able to sneak in there. and then being out, even though there were still three games to play.

I’ve worked here my whole life. There’s no way I want to walk out on a strong note. “I’m just trying to leave everything on the field and give it my all in these last three games.”

Henry has had a tough season. He has run 230 times for 884 yards as well as 10 scores. That’s the fewest yards per run in his career, and that’s also the fewest yards per game (63.1).

Henry will become a free agent at the end of the season, along with the Titans are rebuilding with Will Levis at quarterback. The time of Henry and Ryan Tannehill seems to be coming to an end.

Henry will be 30 years old in January. He has scored 10 or more running touchdowns in six straight seasons, however he may have to find a new team to play for in the NFL.

“I expect a lot from myself. He said, “I feel like I could be better and do a lot of things better.” “But this is what it is in the end.”

It’s always going to be my goal to work hard and get better. Don’t blame other people or point the finger.