The Tennessee Tiatns have some trick up their sleeves.
With the team getting close to scoring near the goal line, the Chiefs were certainly looking for running back Derrick Henry to run the ball in. However, the Titans pulled a quick one and had him throw for a touchdown pass instead.
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That touchdown gave the Titans an early 7-0 lead in what is expected to be a very high scoring game between them and the Chiefs.
Derrick Henry came into the game on pace to tie LaDainian Tomlinson’s rushing touchdown record. He had 10 rushing touchdowns through his first six game. With the extra 17th game that the league instituted this season, that would put Henry on pace to record just over 28 TD for the year, which is the same number that LT put up in 2006.
It’ll be tough to keep that pace, but now that teams have to respect Henry’s passing game as well, that could open things up for the giant running back in the red zone.