Derrick Henry tops 150 rushing yards, 2 TDs for fourth straight game vs. Texans

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Derrick Henry has the Texans’ number, like no running back has ever had an opposing team’s number in NFL history.

Henry has gained 185 yards and run for two touchdowns today against the Texans, the fourth consecutive game against Houston that he has topped 150 rushing yards and scored two rushing touchdowns.

Henry is now the only player in NFL history with 150 rushing yards and two touchdowns in four straight games against the same team.

In the last game of 2019, Henry carried 32 times for 211 yards and three touchdowns against the Texans, and in two meetings in 2020, Henry had 22 carries for 212 yards and two touchdowns at home, and 34 carries for 250 yards and two touchdowns on the road. He didn’t play the Texans at all in 2021, but now he’s picking up where he left off in 2022.

3 responses to “Derrick Henry tops 150 rushing yards, 2 TDs for fourth straight game vs. Texans

  1. I enjoy watching Derrick Henry play some football, glad to see him make a recovery to old form after last years injury. The leagues better with players like him. Make history Derrick.

  2. Every year Tennessee under Vrabel look like a team in the running for a Top 5 pick in week one, yet halfway through the season they always turn into a well oiled machine primed for a run.

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