“We may get him at his absolute best”- Ian Rapoport hints at Derrick Henry coming back soon

National Insider for NFL Network Ian Rapoport on Pat McAfee show says that Titans star RB Derrick Henry will be back for the playoffs.

The Tennessee Titans are currently sharing the top spot of AFC with the Kansas City Chiefs with a record of 11-5 with one week of NFL regular season still left to play.

The Titans have been missing their star, RB Derrick Henry, since 31st October who was then in tremendous form and was in the MVP race but the Titans season did not get derailed after his injury as they are still in the hunt for the top spot in AFC with Henry due to come back for the playoffs.

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Henry and his teammates.

“Derrick Henry will be back for the playoffs” – Ian Rapoport on Pat McAfee show

Chief NFL insider and reputed journalist Ian Rapoport said that Derrick Henry will be back for the playoffs and he will be in his best condition to face the toughest opponents in the AFC.

He said that Henry has had enough of rehab and rest which helped him to get into his best physical condition and will be roaring to go once the playoffs resume.

Henry would have the advantage over other players as he has had no rough & tear from the regular season which can help the Titans to make a deep playoff run this time around.

“The Titans have done a great job in Henry’s absence” – Ian Rapoport

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Ian goes on to say that despite of Henry’s absence the Titans have been very good throughout the regular season which is why they are joint top spot in the AFC and can secure the 1st seed if the results go their way next week.

The Titans would hope to make a deep playoff run this season as they have been good and consistent throughout the season and with their star RB Derrick Henry coming back from injury in time for the playoffs , They are a team that no one would like to be put up against.

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