Derrick Henry carries Titans to another comeback win to climb to 5-0
Derrick Henry outruns everyone for a 94-yard touchdown to put the Titans back in front of the Texans. (0:42)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The magic ride continues for the Tennessee Titans with their improbable 42-36 comeback win over the Houston Texans -- in large part thanks to Derrick Henry, who fueled their final drive to get the win in overtime.
To get to overtime, they needed a clutch drive to end regulation. With less than two minutes remaining, Ryan Tannehill and the Titans' offense took over on their own 24-yard line down by seven points. Led by Tannehill, the Titans drove 76 yards and finished it off with A.J. Brown making a contested 7-yard catch in the corner of the end zone and getting his feet down.
The Titans won the coin toss and received the ball to start overtime. Offensive coordinator Arthur Smith went back to Henry, who picked up 53 yards on a screen pass. Four plays later, Henry took the direct snap 5 yards into the end zone to end the game.
Henry finished with 212 yards rushing and 52 yards receiving, becoming the fourth player in NFL history to rush for at least 200 yards in back-to-back games against a single opponent. Henry also had a 94-yard TD run.
Coach Mike Vrabel said he has never seen a player as big and fast as Henry with the football in his hands. But the thing that he loved the most about Henry’s 94-yard touchdown run was how he used the stiff arm ...
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