Whether the problem was with Bishop Sankey or the offen...
Whether the problem was with Bishop Sankey or the offensive line, the Titans’ running game came under plenty of criticism after the preseason opener.
But a re-shuffled offensive line opened bigger holes and Sankey looked a better runner as the Titans beat the Rams 27-14 at Nissan Stadium on Sunday.
Sankey, who was held to 15 yards on eight carries against the Falcons last week, ran six times for 45 yards against the Rams — including gains of 18 and 19 yards.
“The line was doing really well initially making holes, and I was just hitting the holes,” Sankey said. “This week, the big emphasis was (running backs coach Sylvester Croom) telling us to just hit the hole and not hesitate — and when I see a crease, hit it.”
Sankey is a bit of a forgotten man in drafts this year, mostly because of rookie David Cobb starting to get a lot of press. But it's also because of the Titans poor offensive line. If that part of the Titan offense can come together, Sankey could be a guy to take a shot on as he falls in drafts.
Filed Under: 2015, Preseason
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