On Sunday, the Ravens stayed in their base defense the majority of the game. Reason? Little respect for the Titans passing game. It’s nothing new. It’s been how teams have played the Titans as long as I can remember. Teams will continue to load the box on first/second down until the Titans force change. Surprisingly, the Titans are 10th in the league in rushing with a 117.9 yards per game average. But I don’t think the run game has been consistent most of the season. Murray isn't as explosive as last year though is only averaging .2 yards per carry less than Henry. No doubt the Titans pass rank of #27 has to improve if the Titans are to contend in January. Assuming Mariota stays healthy, I think Davis' impact is only second to Mariota's. Right now, defenses don’t respect the Titans WRs. If Davis can begin to make some big plays, we’re going to see safeties taking a step or two off the line. It not only hopefully gives other receivers more space, it opens up room for the run game. That’s a lot to put on a rookie who hasn’t been healthy. Hopefully, he’s on the right track by playing more snaps than anticipated Sunday. Get some solid production from Davis the second half and I think the Titans total offense makes a big jump from their current ranking of #20. Of course, it means Robiskie opens the playbook and gives him the opportunity.