The Titans had some trouble running the ball last season, but hired a new offensive line coach and brought in Ben Jones from Houston to take over at center. This is nowhere near the line Murray ran behind in Dallas, but it is improved enough that it is laughable to see a player so low in ADP who ran for 1,800 yards just two seasons ago. Yes, the addition of Henry is intimidating, but if Murray runs like he can, fantasy owners will be in for another 300 touch season.
Murray was traded to Tennessee and is going to be the featured back in a committee of backs. The addition of RB Derrick Henry in the second round shows they do not want him to have much more than 200 carries. With his age and injury history, he is a RB3 this year with limited upside.
Well, Murray was not good last season, but when he was good, he was running straight-forward between the tackles. Now that he's been traded to Tennessee, he should see much more between the tackle work, which should be beneficial. But the Titans grabbed running back Derrick Henry in the draft and he is good enough to push Murray and siphon some carries from him.