Virtual Game Ball: Henry runs over Texans in 2020 Week 6

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Derrick Henry has received our virtual game ball for his performance in the Tennessee Titans overtime win over the Houston Texans. Henry is joined by his teammate Ryan Tannehill, who also received a virtual game ball for his performance in the Texans win.

The Titans jacked running back had 212 rushing yards against the Texans. He also had two rushing touchdowns.

Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry carries the ball against the Houston Texans
Derrick Henry carries the ball against the Houston Texans (Photo by the Tennessee Titans/Instagram)

One of his rushing touchdowns was a 94-yard scamper. The Yulee, Florida native also contributed two receptions for 52 yards.

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This was Henry’s best performance of the season thus far. In fact, this was the first game of the season, where Henry has rushed for more than 200 yards.

He put on a performance just days after having a lackluster performance in a rare Tuesday night win over the Buffalo Bills. In the win over the Bills almost two weeks without a practice or game, Henry had 57 yarding yards and two touchdowns.

The 57 rushing yards were his fewest in a game since he had 28 rushing yards in a Week 6 game during the 2019 season in a 16-0 loss against the Denver Broncos.

Related: Henry rushes for 195, as Titans defeat top-seed Ravens

The 212 rushing yards were the most he had in a regular season game since he put on a show – also against the Texans – in the 2019 season finale when he had 211 rushing yards with three touchdowns on Dec. 29, 2019.

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