Derrick Henry ran all over the defense of the Buffalo Bills on Monday night. The superstar running back for the Tennessee Titans finished with 20 carries for 143 yards and three touchdowns.

Following his performance, the MVP chatter started. It’s an award that is dominated by quarterbacks now but Henry could break that mold. Per the Titans’ team website, former MVP Brett Favre says Henry reminds the former gunslinger of another legend, Randy Moss.

“I watch Derrick, and he reminds me so much – and this is kind of an odd comparison – but he reminds me a lot of Randy Moss, and how he controlled the game,” Favre said of the Hall of Fame receiver, and Henry. “The only person that would stop Randy Moss would be Randy Moss. We double-covered him, we triple-covered him, and yet he still made the plays. You put nine guys in the box (vs the Titans), and it doesn’t matter.

Favre notes it’s somewhat of an odd comparison but the point makes sense. Henry has been dominating opposing defenses for the Titans year after year. Unlike Moss, Henry has done it somewhat quietly without all the trash talking that Moss used to do.

Still, Favre sees a ton of similarities between the Titans back and the former Minnesota Vikings great despite the fact that they played two different positions.

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“A big comparison to me is they both look like they’re barely running, but they are pulling away from people. I am like, ‘Why doesn’t Derrick show a little pizzazz? And then he runs for 76 yards, and no one can catch him. I am like, ‘My goodness, this guy is incredible.’ When you know someone is going to get the ball, either passing or running, and you can’t stop him, that is when you know you’re pretty good.”

The Titans certainly have a great one in Henry and they will continue to lean on him going forward into the season.