Running back Derrick Henry made history as the Tennessee Titans secured a commanding 34-17 victory over the Indianapolis Colts. Henry became the first player in NFL history with multiple 200-yard rushing games in his team’s first five seasons. He finished the game with an astonishing 214 rushing yards and 2 touchdowns.
Quarterback Ryan Tannehill also had an impressive outing, throwing for 240 yards and 2 touchdowns. Wide receiver A.J. Brown was Tannehill’s top target, hauling in 8 receptions for 133 yards and a touchdown. The Titans’ offense displayed its firepower against a strong Colts’ defense.
Defensively, safety Kevin Byard played a vital role, intercepting Colts’ quarterback Carson Wentz twice and adding 7 tackles. The Titans’ defense held firm, stifling the Colts’ offensive threats and controlling the game.
With this win, the Titans solidify their position atop the AFC South. Henry’s record-breaking performance and the team’s overall dominance make them formidable contenders in the conference. Moving forward, the Titans will aim to sustain their momentum and secure a spot in the playoffs.