Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry has won the 2020 AP NFL Offensive Player of the Year.

Aside from getting awarded the NFL Offensive Player of the Year, the Titans RB was also named First-Team All-Pro for his amazing 2020 campaign.

Henry also won the award in a landslide, receiving a total of 32 votes. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes both had five votes each.

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The 27-year old superstar certainly had a historic season for the Titans and his numbers backed it up. He became just the eighth RB in NFL history to notch over 2,000 rushing yards in a season. His 2,027 rushing yards marked the fifth most in the history books. Henry also recorded a total of 17 rushing touchdowns on the season.

With his season-ending line, Henry also became the fourth running back in the history of the NFL to notch at least 1,500 rushing yards and 15 rushing touchdowns in consecutive campaigns.

Henry surpassed 2,000 rushing yard mark in their Week 17 game against the Houston Texans. He recorded a season-high 250 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns in that 41–38 Tennessee win and was subsequently named AFC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance.

His efforts led the Titans to an 11-5 record for the 2020 season. Unfortunately, Tennessee ran into the Baltimore Ravens in the Wild Card round of the playoffs and lost 20-13. Henry tallied 40 rushing yards and three receptions in the disappointing season-ending defeat.

The Titans rewarded Henry in July 2020 by giving him a four-year $50 million contract, after giving him the franchise tag in April.