House call! Derrick Henry takes it 76 yards to the end zone vs. Bills on 'Monday Night Football'
Derrick Henry is at it again.
The Tennessee Titans running back, coming off back-to-back NFL rushing titles, entered Week 6 atop the league in rushing yards. He and the Titans are at home and looking to improve to 3-3 against the Buffalo Bills on “Monday Night Football”.
The last time these 2 teams met was Week 5 of last season, and the Titans ran away with a 42-16 rout at Nissan Stadium in a game played on a Tuesday night due to positive COVID-19 cases among the Tennessee organization. Henry recorded 2 touchdowns but ran for just 57 yards on 19 carries.
As you can see below, he’s already surpassed that total on 1 attempt, as he took a hand-off 76 yards to the end zone as Tennessee jumped ahead of the Bills 7-6. It’s Henry’s 8th rushing touchdown of the season. However, Buffalo responded with a touchdown of its own on the ensuing drive as it pulled ahead 13-7.
But so far this year, it’s been business as usual for the Alabama legend and former Heisman Trophy winner as he continues to show why he’s by far the best running back in the league.
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