Tennessee Titans New Tochdown king : Derrick Henery
By Babita Singh
Derrick Henery became the new touchdown king of Tennessee titans after week 8 game against Texans.
During the Week 8 game against the Houston Texans, Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry added to his already illustrious career by surpassing the all-time touchdown record for the team.
In the third quarter against Houston, Henry scored his 75th career touchdown from one yard out to grant the TitansTennessee lead of 14-3.
He surpasses Eddie George, who had previously held the record with 74 touchdowns.
Against Houston, Henry racked up 219 yards on 32 runs and two rushing touchdowns.
Henry now has four straight wins against the Texans, the longest streak for a player against a single team in NFL history, after his 200-yard, two-touchdown performance in Week 8.
He also became highest rushing yards player against Houston after gaining 124 yards in the first half of the game against Texans.
AFC Offensive Player of the Week was awarded to Henry for his outstanding performance in Tennessee's 17-10 victory over the Houston Texans.
He was known as "King Henry" because of his powerful rushing style and bigger stature than the usual running back.
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