A closer look at some statistics.
On downs where they need 6 yards of less he had 52 carries for 173 yards and 3.3 yards per carry.
On downs where they needed +7 yards or more he had 224 carries for 1072 yards and 4.8 yards per carry.
On downs where they needed 3 yards or less he had 28 carries for 122 yards and 4.3 yards per carry. That doesn't look bad until you consider that he had 68 of those yards on 2 carries. Which means he had 54 yards on the other 26 carries which comes out to 2 yards per carry.
He had carries producing
Negative yardage (- yardage) 66 times
Short yardage (1-3 yards) 96 times
Mid yardage (4-10 yards) 86 times of which he had 54 against 6 teams (14 against Texans), (7 against Pittsburgh), (7 against Buffalo), (8 against Houston), (9 against Miami) (9 against Jacksonville) and 32 in the other 10 games.
Long yardage (11+) 28 times and breaks down (11,11,13 against Detroit), (13, 19, 15, 12 against Houston) (13 and 12 against Pittsburgh) (16, 83, 25 and 27 against Buffalo) (11, 14, 11 against Houston) (10,10, 80 against Chicago) (21, 13, 18 against Miami) (31 against Jacksonville) (26, 12 against Houston) (94 against New York) (19, 13 against Jacksonville)
So he had 162 carries of 3 yards or less.
So he had 653 yards on those 28 carries of 10+ yards. (23 yards per carry)
So he had 590 yards on the other 248 carries. (2.3 yards per carry)
Tennessee Titans In General
Against teams with a winning record they were outscored 278-107.
Derrick Morgan led the team with 6.5 sacks. Which puts him 45th in the league.
There are individual players in the league that had nearly as many sacks and interceptions as the Titans did their perspective groups. The entire Titans defensive line had 25 sacks (JJ Watt had 20.5) and the entire starting secondary had 11 interceptions (Tim Jennings had 9).
Nate Washington, Kenny Britt and Kendall Wright combined had 1961 receiving yards. Calvin Johnson had 1964 receiving yards.
Nate Washington led the team with 746 receiving yards. That is good for 48th in the league.
Out of all the receivers in the league with +90 passes thrown their direction Kenny Britt has the fewest receptions. He caught 45 of the 90 passes thrown his direction (exactly 50%). Nate Washington was only slightly better as well. You look at the top 20 receivers in the league and they are all up around +65% range.
Out of all the receivers in the league with +50 receptions Kendall Wright is the only one to average less than 10 yards per reception.
Chris Johnson had 13 drops on passes behind the line of scrimmage.
Damian Williams had the highest catch rate on the team pulling 66% of the passes thrown his way. Kendall Wright and Jared Cook both caught 61%. Nate Washington and Kenny Britt both caught around 50%.