The Houston Texans star running back Derrick Henry truly owns the Houston Texans, as he’s rushed for 200+ yards and multiple touchdowns in four-straight games. No running back has ever put up numbers like this against a signal team. We’ll keep track of where he stands on his road to yet another big game against the Texans.
He currently has six 200+ rushing yard games in his career, which he is now tied with Adrian Peterson and O.J. Simpson for the all-time lead. Getting his 5th against the Texans would put him as the 200 yard king.
Derrick Henry stats vs. Texans in Week 16
End of game — Henry and the Titans ended up losing 19-14. Henry lost a fumble, rushed 26 times for 126 yards and a touchdown.
End of 3rd quarter — Henry has 19 carries for 106 yards and a touchdown with 15 minutes left in the game.
End of 2nd quarter — Henry’s pace has slowed, as he now has 11 carries for 83 yards and a touchdown and two receptions for zero yards. He’s now on pace for 166 rushing yards.
End of 1st quarter — Henry at a nice 69 yards after one quarter. On track for 276 rushing yards a fourth of the way through.
1st quarter — After a late start due to rolling blackouts, Henry was able to rush for a 48-yard touchdown on the Titans second possession of the game. He sits at 3 carries for 55 yards and a TD, with one receptions for -5 yards.