Former Titans RB Eddie George joins the show to help preview the Titans-Ravens Divisional Playoff game tomorrow. George tells us what his message to Derrick Henry was last year when the team was attempting to shop him.

“You have to use your size to your asset. We know you can break the long runs, but it’s what you do in between the tackles consistently to set them up and making people respect you in that regard.”

The former Heisman trophy winner also raved about Ryan Tannehill’s leadership ability. Tannehill, who took over as the starting quarterback in week 6 after a 2-4, has approached every game and every snap as if it was his last. George coined it as his “grand audition” and goes on to tell us why the team has truly rallied behind the eight-year veteran.

“When he ran down an Oakland defender and took him up off his feet. He hit him with bad intentions as if he wanted to put him through the earth. Man, I was like I could ride with him.”

The four-time Pro Bowler further analyzes what the Titans can do defensively and offensively to limit the Ravens’ offense and gives us a fun fact: In the Ravens-Titans playoff rivalry, the visiting team has won every game.

George also tells us that he’s gotten into some acting since retiring from the NFL.

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