Henry's night for the ages came out of nowhere, as he'd failed to even hit 60 rushing yards in any game prior this season and had tallied just 70 combined yards over the prior pair of contests. Henry's impressive size/speed combo was on full display throughout the night, including on his record-tying 99-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. The 2016 second-round pick added scoring scampers of three, 16 and 54 yards, allowing him to single-handedly dismantle a surprisingly vulnerable Jaguars defense while setting a new franchise record for single-game rushing yardage. Despite his otherworldly performance Thursday, the division of labor in the Titans backfield between Henry and Dion Lewis will likely remain difficult to trust on a weekly basis for what remains of the regular season. Henry will look to somehow put together a fitting encore in a Week 15 battle against the Giants on Dec. 16.
Henry rushed the ball 10 times for 40 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 26-22 win over the Jets. He also added two receptions for five yards.
Henry led the team in carries with 10, and matched Dion Lewis with his two receptions. While Henry isn't seeing enough volume to muster consistent fantasy value, he has been able to find the end zone of late, scoring four times in his last five games. That coincides with the resurgence of Marcus Mariota, which has had a positive effect on the entire offense. While Henry was entirely unusable early in the season, his recent involvement near the goal-line pushes him into flex conversation in deeper formats.
Henry rushed eight times for 30 yards in Monday night's 34-17 loss to the Texans. He also caught two of his three targets for 20 yards, but lost a fumble following a reception.
Henry was stripped on Tennessee's final offensive play of the game, ending a poor night for the team's tailbacks. Starter Dion Lewis managed just eight yards on his seven carries, leaving wideout Corey Davis as the Titans' leading rusher with one carry for 39 yards. While Lewis' recent ineffectiveness on the ground would theoretically stand to benefit Henry, the fact he's topped 40 yards just twice in the last six games evidences a more prolonged lack of production, which hardly includes passing game involvement. Heading into Week 13 versus the Jets, Henry's value mostly remains in his potential goal-line usage.
Henry carried the ball nine times for 46 yards in Sunday's 38-10 loss to the Colts. He was not targeted in the passing game.
The Titans fell behind early in this game, limiting Henry's potential to make an impact. Over half of his yards came on the final drive of the game, after the final outcome was clearly decided. Though Henry has shown a nose for the end zone -- he has four touchdowns on the season -- his lack of involvement in the passing game makes him a highly volatile option on a weekly basis due to his dependence on game script and goal-line opportunity.
Henry rushed 11 times for 58 yards and two touchdowns while failing to draw a target in the passing game during Sunday's 34-10 win over New England.
Henry found paydirt from one yard out in the second quarter, giving his team a 24-10 lead that New England could never recover from. He removed any doubt by scoring from 10 yards out from the wildcat to extend the lead to 24 points in the fourth quarter. Four of Henry's 29 carries in the past three weeks have finished with him celebrating in the end zone. He'll look to add to his touchdown total against the Colts in Week 11.
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