NFL Twitter changes header to Derrick Henry stiff-arm

Titans-Jaguars 3 keys for Titans on defense

Titans-Jaguars 3 keys for Titans on defense

Henry's touchdown was the second-ever 99-yard rushing touchdown in National Football League history. That was no more evident than in the performance of Titans running back Derrick Henry.

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.

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Henry's 99-yard jaunt, which tied the mark set by Dallas' Tony Dorsett at Minnesota in January 1983, came on the first play after Leonard Fournette was stopped for no gain by Rashaan Evans on fourth-and-goal to deny the Jaguars a second-quarter lead.

That wasn't enough. With his Titans up 16-2 in the third quarter, Henry added this 16-yard touchdown for his third score of the game.

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Thursday morning, the league changed their header on the social media platform to a photo that pictured Henry stiff-arming Jacksonville Jaguars defender, Tashaun Gipson. Slipping past Jacksonville's lackluster defense less than two minutes later, Henry scored again from 54 yards out.

Tennessee is going to have to decide soon whether or not it is going to dish out the big bucks for Mariota, but, if the quarterback wants to instill some confidence in Titans brass heading into tonight's game, he may want to show them this stat.

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