No player in NFL history has run for as many yards in back-to-back playoff games than Derrick Henry
If you have somehow missed it, Derrick Henry has emerged as arguably the most dangerous weapon in the NFL.
Similar to Alabama back in 2015, the Tennessee Titans have masterfully built their offense around Henry this season and the fruits of that decision are paying off in a big way for the NFL team.
Looking beyond how impressive Henry was during the regular season, he won the NFL rushing title with 1,540 rushing yards and tied the league lead with 16 rushing touchdowns, Henry has stepped his game up to another level when the Titans needed him the most.
Following his incredible 190-yard performance on the ground Saturday night, Henry now has 372 rushing yards this postseason after he racked up 182 yards on the Patriots last weekend. Those 372 rushing yards are the most ever in NFL playoff history in a two-game span for a single player.
If that isn’t impressive enough for you, according to the CBS broadcast from Saturday night’s game, Henry also has more rushing yards in the first four playoff games of his career than any player in NFL history.
Derrick Henry is a monster. Literally made Earl Thomas his lead blocker on this play. pic.twitter.com/5bx9ITmFlX
— Brian Chojnacki (@BroadcastingBri) January 12, 2020
Alabama fans have seen this one before.