Derrick Henry loves playing against Houston.

The Tennessee running back racked up 219 yards and 2 touchdowns in a 17-10 win over the Texans on Sunday.

In the process, the former Alabama star set some new NFL and Tennessee records, including eclipsing Eddie George’s franchise record for touchdowns.

Henry now has six career NFL games with at least 200 yards and 2 TDs, which is the most in league history. Four of those 6 games have come against Houston.

When asked after the game about his personal success, Henry was quick to credit others.

“God is good,” he said. “I’m blessed to play for this organization, the teammates that I have, the sacrifices they make for me to have success, the coaching staff putting me in position to have success. … I’m just thankful. … The guys up front, the will to want to block and to do their job. … It’s a whole team effort. It’s not just me.”

Hnery did, however, admit that Houston does seem to bring out the best in him.

“I don’t know, something about when we come here,” he said. “It’s just a different juice.”

The Titans are now 5-2 on the season. They will return to action next Sunday with a big road game at Kansas City.