Henry carried the ball 18 times for 40 yards in the team's wild-card round loss to the Ravens. He added three receptions for 11 yards.
Henry ran over the Ravens in the team's divisional-round matchup last postseason, racking up 195 rushing yards. However, this season's contest was a different story, as Henry was limited to 51 total yards, with his longest gain of the day going for just eight yards. It was a sour close to the season after a dominant regular-season campaign for Henry during which he racked up over 2,000 yards on the ground. Henry will remain under contract with the Titans in 2021, giving him another chance to contribute to a playoff run.
Henry carried the ball 34 times for 250 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 41-38 win over the Texans.
With yet another massive performance against Houston, Henry became the eighth back in history to run for 2,000 yards in a season, with his 2,027 settling in as the fifth-highest mark ever. He also locked up his second straight rushing title in the process and set a new career high with 17 rushing TDs. Henry will remain the key to the Titans' offense as they prepare to host the Ravens next Sunday in the wild-card round.
Henry rushed 23 times for 98 yards in Sunday's 40-14 loss to the Packers. He was not targeted in the passing game.
Henry was held in check by Green Bay's defense, which did not allow the league's leading rusher to break off one of his signature big rambles down the field. The fact that 98 yards and a 4.3 yards-per-carry mark is considered a "down game" is just a testament to how dominant the physically imposing back has been this season. In fact, Henry's managers should be pleased that the runner still received 23 carries in a blowout loss. That commitment to the run offers game script protection for Henry, which is especially valuable for a player that isn't really involved in the passing game. Look for Henry to finish the regular season on a high note Sunday when he takes on the Texans, who he ran all over in their first meeting this year to the tune of 212 yards and two scores.
Henry rushed the ball 24 times for 147 yards and a touchdown in Week 15 against the Lions. He added two receptions for five yards.
The Titans offense moved up and down the field at will, and Henry played a big role in that effort as has come to be expected. He capped the team's first offensive possession with a three-yard touchdown plunge. From there, Henry continuously gained chunks of yardage, with 10 of his 24 rushing attempts going for more than five yards. Overall, he has topped 130 rushing yards on the ground in four of his list five contests. Henry will look to continue his tremendous production in Week 16 against the Packers.
Henry (non-injury-related) doesn't carry a designation for Sunday's game against the Lions after practicing fully Friday,Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.
Henry was added to the Titans' practice report Thursday after logging a limited session, but he faced no restrictions Friday. That paves the way for Henry to headline Tennessee's backfield this week versus a beatable Detroit run defense that has allowed an average of 132.8 rushing yards per game to date.
Henry was added to the Titans' practice/injury report after logging a limited session Thursday due to a non injury-related reason, John Glennon of BroadwaySportsMedia.com reports.
While this could be something routine, given the uniqueness of the current season, it's worth checking back on Henry's status Friday to see if he approaches Sunday's game against the Lions with any degree of uncertainty regarding his Week 15 status.
Henry carried the ball 26 times for 215 yards and two touchdowns in Week 14 against the Jaguars. He added two receptions for seven yards.
Henry bounced back from one of his worst performances of the season in Week 13 by topping 200 rushing yards for the second time on the campaign. He ripped off three rushes of more than 20 yards, including a game-long 47-yarder as well as a 36-yard touchdown. Henry also found the end zone from one yard away midway through the third quarter. He should be in line to continue his big close to the season, drawing matchups against Detroit, Green Bay and Houston.
Henry carried the ball 15 times for 60 yards in the team's Week 13 loss to the Browns. He added one reception for nine yards.
Henry entered the game having logged three consecutive 100-yard efforts on the ground, but he was limited in his impact against the Browns. His ineffectiveness played a key role in the Titans' 38-7 deficit, as he was stuffed on a short fourth-down play on the team's first offensive possession and then lost a fumble on the following drive. Henry did get things going a bit in the second half, racking up several rushes of 10 and nine yards. Despite the disappointing effort, Henry should be in a strong position for a bounce-back effort in Week 14 against Jacksonville.
Henry carried the ball 27 times for 178 yards and three touchdowns in Week 12 against the Colts. He added two receptions for seven yards.
Henry sliced through the Colts' run defense for the entire game, ripping off eight runs of ten or more yards. He also notched his fourth multi-touchdown effort of the campaign, logging rushing scores of 12, 11 and one yards. Henry continues to blend tremendous volume -- he's topped 20 carries in five of his last seven contests -- with efficiency and has remained one of the most consistent producers at the position as a result. He'll draw a matchup against the Browns in Week 13.
Henry rushed the ball 28 times for 133 yards and a touchdown in Week 11 against the Ravens. He added a reception for -1 yards.
Henry relied on volume for the majority of his production, racking up 104 yards on his first 27 attempts of the game. However, he took his 28th carry of the game to the left side of the line before cutting across the middle of the field for a 29-yard game-winning touchdown. With the performance, Henry has surpassed 100 rushing yards for sixth time this season and third time in his last four contests. With workload always on his side, Henry will remain a top-end option even in another tough matchup in Week 12 against the Colts.
Henry rushed 19 times for 103 yards and brought in one of two targets for six yards in the Titans' 34-17 loss to the Colts on Thursday night.
Henry's numbers were about the only bright spot for the Titans on a forgettable night overall, with the star running back posting his fifth 100-yard effort of the campaign. Henry appeared to have his shoulder lightly examined on the sideline at one point in the second half, but any time he missed appeared to simply be due to rest purposes. The Pro Bowl running back has now averaged over 5.0 yards per carry against the Colts' normally stingy defense the last three times he's faced Indianapolis dating back to last season, and he'll look for similar success against a Ravens team he trampled for 195 yards in January's AFC Divisional Round Game when the Titans take on Baltimore in a Week 11 showdown on Sunday, Nov. 22.
Henry rushed the ball 21 times for 68 yards in Week 9 against the Bears.
Henry saw his normal allotment of carries but was held in check by the stout Bears' run defense. He did rip off a 26-yard run that ultimately led to a two-yard touchdown for Jonnu Smith. Aside from the carry, Henry managed to gain only 46 yards on 20 carries and was also shut out in the passing game for the third time this season. Henry is in the midst of a splendid season, but he'll seek a bounce-back performance in Week 10 against the Colts in another tough matchup.
Henry carried 18 times for 112 yards and a touchdown while failing to haul in his only target in Sunday's 31-20 loss to the Bengals.
Henry gashed the Cincinnati front for 6.2 yards per carry while recording a long gain of 21 yards. He scored a three-yard rushing touchdown in the second quarter, giving him eight touchdowns over his last five games after failing to score in his first two. Henry is also averaging 115 yards per game during that span and the only real weakness in his game comes as a pass catcher, with just seven receptions for 66 yards. With that said, he should be a strong fantasy option again next Sunday against the Bears.
Henry carried the ball 20 times for 75 yards and a touchdown in Week 7 against the Steelers. He also added two receptions for -3 yards.
Henry was bottled up for large portions of the game by the stingy Steelers' run defense. Even so, he managed to break free for big yardage on a few carries, including gains of 17 and nine yards in the fourth quarter. Most importantly, he also found the end zone for the fourth consecutive game and now has seven touchdowns on the campaign. Henry will draw a more manageable matchup against the Bengals in Week 8 one that should afford him the chance to top 100 yards on the ground once again.
Henry rushed 22 times for 212 yards and two touchdowns while catching two of five targets for 52 yards in Sunday's 42-36 overtime win over Houston.
Henry took a back seat to quarterback Ryan Tannehill in the first half, as Tannehill accounted for all 21 of Tennessee's first-half points with a trio of touchdown passes. It was all Henry after the break, though, as he rumbled for a 94-yard touchdown to retake the lead early in the fourth quarter and won the game with a five-yard touchdown in overtime. The superstar running back has scored multiple rushing touchdowns in three consecutive games, and Henry's averaging 117.6 yards per game on the ground heading into a Week 7 showdown with the Steelers.
Henry registered 57 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries, adding a six-yard catch during Tuesday's 42-16 win against the Bills.
The 2019 NFL rushing champion was rather inefficient in posting a 3.0 yards-per-carry average against Buffalo's top-10 rush defense, but he did cash in with second and fourth-quarter touchdowns to help lift Tennessee to its first 4-0 start since 2008. Buffalo made things interesting with a 22-yard TD pass from Josh Allen to T.J. Yeldon with 10 minutes to go in the fourth quarter, but Henry's nine-yard TD run with 3:57 remaining reverted the Titans' lead to three possessions on the subsequent 11-play drive. He's averaging a gargantuan 25.3 carries per game heading into a Week 6 matchup against Houston's bottom-three rush defense.
Tuesday's scheduled contest between Henry and the Titans and the Bills is on track to proceed as planned, barring further developments, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports.
That said, the status of the slated 7:00 ET kickoff should still be monitored by fantasy managers, with Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com noting that "another positive (COVID-19 test Monday) would likely throw things into limbo." The Titans' Week 4 game against the Steelers was moved to Week 7 after multiple members of the Tennessee organization tested positive for COVID-19.
Henry and the Titans will not be taking on the Steelers in Week 4 after additional personnel within the organization have tested positive for COVID-19, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
The initial plan was simply to reschedule the Oct. 4 matchup for Monday or Tuesday, but it now appears both teams will receive a Week 4 bye and the game will be rescheduled at a yet-to-be-determined date. Practice facilities will be closed in Tennessee until further notice after an additional player and personnel member returned positive tests, with a re-open unlikely until the outbreak has been contained.
Henry carried the ball 26 times for 119 yards and two touchdowns in the team's Week 3 win over the Vikings. He added two receptions for 11 yards.
Henry topped 100 yards for the second time in his first three games. However, he managed to find the end zone for the first time, punching in a pair of one-yard scores to play a major role in the Titans' narrow victory. While it's no surprise Henry has dominated rushing work out of the team's backfield, he also has five receptions early on this season and has recorded multiple receptions on two occasions. Though that doesn't place him among the elite pass-catching running backs in the league, he recorded multiple receptions in only four games during the entire 2019 campaign.
Henry ran for 84 yards on 25 rush attempts during Sunday's 33-30 win against the Jaguars. He was also targeted twice in the passing game but recorded zero receptions.
The Jacksonville defense stepped up against the NFL's leading rusher from 2019, containing Henry to a meager 3.4 yards per rush after he accumulated an absurd 7.0 yards per carry in his four preceding outings against the Jaguars. Combining Sunday's results with Henry's Week 1 performance (3.7 YPC), the 2019 Pro Bowler is off to an inefficient start to 2020, though he is still benefitting from a gargantuan workload. The 26-year-old has already garnered 59 offensive touches through Tennessee's first two outings, as the Titans now prepare for a Week 3 matchup against the 0-2 Vikings.
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|3||Sun 09/27||@ MIN||W 31-30||26||119||2||2||11||0|
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|6||Sun 10/18||vs HOU||W 42-36||22||212||2||2||52||0|
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