SUMMARY: The Titans are putting more of an emphasis on the running game which was stressed again by Coach Jeff Fisher this week in OTAs. Last season, the Titans finished 23rd in the league in total rushing with 1,525 yards on 397 attempts for an average of 95.3 yards per game. The team's top rusher, Chris Brown, didn't have a game where he passed the century mark. On the other side of the ball, the Titans were 22nd in the league at stopping the run giving up 118.4 yards on the ground each game on average. "The rational behind the statistics were just the emphasis on the running game," said Fisher. "Teams that run the football more than they throw it are in the playoffs year after year and we have to get back to that. Now, our play selection didn’t afford us the opportunity to run as much as we wanted because it was a team effort. When you’re having success you’re stopping the run and running the football." What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.