Mo is a great blocker, which is somewhat of an anomaly when talking about ex-basketball players. Usually they are more athletic TEs of the pass-catching kind. Cox makes his presence felt in a completely different way. I have to admit here that I haven't really watched his route running and separation in game film too much so I cannot tell if his lack of pass-catching production is due to lack of ability in that area or due to other factors(i.e. the QB not targeting him or seeing him when open).
Did anyone catch what they did on the Cubs-Royals telecast? There were times when they had a full crowd in the ballpark super-imposed to make it look like it was full. Usually it was on a shot coming back from a commercial. Of course, they have the cutouts in the seats near home plate and the dugouts...including Mahomes, the mascot and I also saw Steve "Bye-Bye" Balboni sitting behind home plate.
But when Henry accounts for 80% of the RB opportunity share for TEN (RB carries + targets)...he essentially is the RB unit. At that point...you just need a good backup/change of pace RB...and TEN added a very promising one...who was only drafted one round later than Taylor.
Similarly with DAL...who drafted a very good backup RB in Pollard...ranking them this low makes no sense...and the fact they were top 5 rush offenses last year gives it even less credence.
I like these videos...but I wish there was some type of explanation to how a team like TEN or DAL isn't a top 5 RB unit...instead of just highlights.