Twitter reacts to Derrick Henry running wild against the Jaguars

Twitter reacts to Derrick Henry running wild against the Jaguars

Titans tailback Derrick Henry had his way with the Jags throughout the whole game racking up a total 17 carries for 238 rushing yards and four touchdowns. Later in the third quarter, Henry scored on a 54-yard touchdown.

The defeat was Jacksonville's (4-9) eighth in nine games, and ensures the Jaguars earn a seventh losing season in eight years.

The run matched Tony Dorsett's mark set in 1983.

Ryan Succop's 33-yard field goal with 10 seconds left in the half made it 16-2 at the break.

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It was the second touchdown run of the game for Henry, although this one without a doubt had more style and substance.

Henry started the scoring off with a three-yard touchdown early in the first quarter.

Henry finished the night with 238 yards-which broke a franchise record for rush yards in a single game, surpassing Chris Johnson's 228 in Week 8, 2009-on 17 carries for four total touchdowns, nearly singlehandedly securing another win for the Titans.

Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota hit 18 of 24 attempts for 162 yards with an interception.

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