Derrick Henry helped the Tennessee Titans to a 33-30 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. The star running back out of Alabama reached another NFL career milestone in the process.

With his 84 rushing yards on 25 carries, the former Crimson Tide standout is now past the 4,000-yard mark in his NFL career. It was a 14-yard rush in the third quarter that put Henry over the mark.

Henry’s 4,033 rushing career yards are fifth-best all-time in the Titans/Oilers franchise. Henry should pass Lorenzo White (4,079 yards) for fourth soon. Henry may occupy that spot for a while. The top three spots belong to Eddie George (10,009 yards), Earl Campbell (8,574 yards) and Chris Johnson (7,965 yards).