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Derrick Henry’s and Losers from Titans 30, Jaguars 9



The Titans have extended their winning streak on the Jaguars to four on Thursday night strikingly, beating their south rivals AFC 30-9 to move up to 7-6 of the season. Tennessee has now outclassed Jacksonville 91-41 in the last two seasons. With that, we get to the winners and losers.

Winners

Derrick Henry

Henry was so dominant that this almost needs to be a separate category. The great backback of Alabama grumbled for 238 yards – a franchise record – on 17 carries and struck the endzone four times in one of the most spectacular running back performances you've ever seen. He even drew the NFL record for the longest run at 99 yards on a ridiculous game that saw him drive away at least three Jaguar defenders on the way to the endzone.

Henry was in dominant form from the beginning of his town team and there should be no doubt about who the RB1

is for the Titans. The "Henry! Henry! Henry!" The chants sang down from the crowd in the second half, mixing the spirit of the dominant days of Eddie George in the backfield of Titans. It was a special night for Henry.

Quinton Spain

Actually I do not know how well Spain played in this (it's hard to say too much watching it live), but he kept his job as a left guardian and managed to lead the way for 264 yards and a single zero-yard bag lost during the game. This makes him a good game by default.

Jurrell Casey

The best defender of the Titans has been repeated even today, with 6 tackles, 1.5 sacks and 1 tackle for loss during the game. The 1.5 bags bring him to 7 in total in the season that binds to the second highest record of his career. Casey is just an animal inside that defense.

Rashaan Evans

Evans is officially credited only with 5 tackles during the game, but at one point he was on board a lot of Kessler and was a key part of Leonard Fournette's great fourth stop. Evans continues to be one of the main problems to combat crime.

Anthony Firkser

I know … I talk a lot about Firkser, but it's only because he constantly does comedies about the Titans offense. Obviously, the thoughts should be with Jonnu Smith who suffered a leg injury during the game and as not able to return. He was turning a corner and now is a difficult time to lose a dynamic offensive playmaker.

However, Firkser has made contributions for several weeks and could see his role grow forward, especially if Smith is out for a while. Firkser still needs to have an incomplete pass on a ball thrown on his way this season.

Titans Fans

If last week's Titans match at Nissan Stadium was a drama, this was a comedy. Home fans who realized they saw a franchise record broke and the team extended their winning streak to four games on the hated Jaguar and a 15-3 home in their last 18 games. They also kept their playoff hopes alive and now they can spend the weekend cheering for the Patriots to beat the Dolphins, the Chiefs to beat the Ravens and 49ers to beat the Broncos.

Losers [19659018] A.J. Bouye Leon Jacobs and Myles Jack

AKA the boys who were discovered in the brutal series of rigid weapons by Derrick Henry during his run of 99.


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