Derrick Henry and Dion Lewis, Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts

It took seven weeks for the Titans to realize that they have two complimentary backs but they’re finally using both Henry and Lewis. From a touch standpoint, Lewis is getting two for every one that Henry gets, but Henry is getting enough substantial carries in the red zone to consider him a flex play, especially when he’s punching it into the end zone four times in the last three games.

As for Lewis, he’s not getting touchdowns but he’s getting 70-150 total yards per game over the last three games. It’s made Marcus Mariota’s task easier and the Colts are in the bottom 15 in run defense. Both backs will be used, but if it’s touchdowns you need, dial up Henry. If it’s receptions, yards and receptions, then go with Lewis.