Twitter reacts to Derrick Henry running wild against the Jaguars

Titans injury report four players miss Monday practice

Titans injury report four players miss Monday practice

Before three quarters had even been completed, Henry went for 219 yards and four touchdowns on just 11 attempts.

Titans running back Derrick Henry took a monster 99-yard run to the house for his second touchdown of the night after the Jaguars turned the ball over at the one-yard line.

Tennessee (7-6) won its second game in a row and moved within a half-game of the Baltimore Ravens for the second AFC wild-card spot. Then, in the second stanza, the former Heisman victor tied Tony Dorsett's National Football League record with a 99-yard touchdown run.

A missed extra point was followed by a 33-yard field goal seven minutes later to finish the first half of play, giving Tennessee a 16-2 lead after two.

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With the Jacksonville Jaguars showing some life Week 13 against the Indianapolis Colts, fans thought they would show up with the primetime spotlight on them Thursday, but that wasn't the case.

The run was Henry's third 70+ yard rushing touchdown since 2017, the most in the NFL.

The Jaguars defense struggled to contain Henry and looked like a unit that has given up on the season. Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota hit 18 of 24 attempts for 162 yards with an interception.

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