Add Bishop Sankey to the list of talented skill position players the Titans need to get going.
With a struggling offensive line, Tennessee has not been able to see the full skill set employed by their second-round pick, believed by some to be the best running back prospect entering the league this year.
"He started off running the ball really well, but we didn't do as great a job blocking for him as it progressed," coach Ken Whisenhunt said, via the Tennessean. "I think he made some good cuts and some good runs â¦ I think there's a lot of times where he's very good at making the first guy miss. We've just got to do a little better job with some of our backs at finishing those things."
Up to now, Sankey's best game was a 61-yard performance against Jacksonville. In Week 11, he finished with 58 yards, but only had 20 on his final eight carries, the story pointed out. Sankey can't really be trusted in lineups, especially in typical, 10-team leagues, when getting owners just a handful of points. It seems the blame lies in the line but it's a big question if it can get better or not. Sankey has likely hit the wire in many leagues by this point.