Think you're tired of the seemingly never ending will-he, won't-he play drama surrounding Ezekiel Elliott's six-game suspension and ongoing court battle between the NFL and NFLPA?
Imagine how his teammates must feel.
Elliott was granted another temporary restraining order Tuesday night, from a fill-in judge, clearing the path for him to start Sunday in San Francisco and likely next week in Washington. Adjust your lineups accordingly.
Rather than further everyone's Zeke fatigue, let's talk Titans backfield. Again.
The one and only time this season we ranked Derrick Henry ahead of DeMarco Murray, the latter was Week 3's RB8 overall and the former (Heisman) was RB35.
But a funny thing has since happened: the gap continues to close. Tennesse's exotic backs have nearly pulled into a dead heat in terms of rushing production, with Murray at 68-313-2 (4.6 YPC, long of 75) and Henry at 62-318-2 (5.1 YPC, long of 72).
Last week, for the first time, we saw each Titans back finish in the top-10 in standard scoring leagues. That's a big development, and one we wouldn't be shocked to see — top-15 anyway — a second week in a row.
See, unlike the Jets' Bilal Powell and Elijah McGuire and the Chiefs' Kareem Hunt and Charcandrick West — the other two backfield tandems to pierce the top-10 in weekly standard scoring this season — Tennessee's multi-back residence just might be sustainable.
But it's clear whose arrow is pointing up and which is heading the other way in Nashville.
Murray, who continues to battle a bum hamstring, is on pace for his fewest receptions and carries since 2012. And in the first game after the Titans vowed to better feature Henry, he merely received 20 touches for the first time (19 carries), parlaying them into a cool 145 scrimmage yards and a 72-yard nail in the Colts' (and Chuck Pagano's?) coffin.
Both of the Titans backs are alive and well, but we're ranking Henry over Murray again this week. Let's see if it sticks this time.
1. Kareem Hunt, Chiefs at Raiders
2. Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys at 49ers
3. Le’Veon Bell, Steelers vs. Bengals
4. Leonard Fournette, Jaguars at Colts
5. LeSean McCoy, Bills vs. Buccaneers
6. Jay Ajayi, Dolphins vs. Jets
7. Todd Gurley, Rams vs. Cardinals
8. Mark Ingram, Saints at Packers