Who needs field goals when you can score touchdowns? That appeared to be Derrick Henry’s thinking in Sunday’s Tennessee-Baltimore game.

In overtime of a 24-24 game, the Titans were in Ravens territory. The CBS broadcast was talking about setting up a field goal when Henry broke loose for a 29-yard touchdown, giving Tennessee the 30-24 victory.

In addition to being a game-winning score, it was a milestone touchdown for the former Alabama standout – No. 50 of his pro career. The highlight play got the attention of one of the world’s most famous athletes, too.

Henry, who is in a tight race with Dalvin Cook for leading rusher in the NFL, had 133 yards on 28 carries.