Titans operating again Derrick Henry tied the NFL file Thursday for longest run from scrimmage with a 99-yard rumble towards the Jaguars.
The run matched Tony Dorsett’s mark set in 1983.
Tennessee was attempting to keep away from a security from its 1-yard line when Henry broke free after which laid not one, not two, not three, however 4 stiff arms on Jaguars defenders on his option to pay grime.
DERRICK HENRY WENT BEASTMODE!!! 😱😱😱
99 YARDS. #TitanUp
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It was the second landing run of the sport for Henry, though this one indubitably had extra fashion and substance. He has seven touchdowns in his final seven video games.
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Henry’s run gave the Titans a 13-2 lead within the second quarter of what might be thought of a must-win recreation for Tennessee because it tries to remain in playoff competition.