The Tennessee Titans were spiraling out of control and desperately needed a spark in the second half against the Houston Texans – and running back Derrick Henry promptly gave it to them.
With the Titans at their own six-yard line in the fourth quarter, Henry took a handoff from quarterback Ryan Tannehill and broke loose for a 94-yard touchdown run to give Tennessee a 29-23 lead after a successful two-point conversion.
The run was the longest of the year for Henry and put him over the 200-yard mark for the game. This is easily Henry’s best game of the season.
Check out this incredible run that displayed just how fast Henry is for such a big man.
94-yard TD run for @KingHenry_2
— Tennessee Titans (@Titans) October 18, 2020
Henry now has 19 carries for 202 yards and the score after that play. Unfortunately for Tennessee, the Texans were able to answer back with a score of their own on the very next drive to re-take the lead.