Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry is an absolutely terrifying presence — just ask Buffalo Bills cornerback Josh Norman… and Twitter.

Midway through the second quarter of Tuesday evening’s AFC clash between the Titans and Bills, Norman was called upon to perform the unfortunate task of attempting to tackle the Titans running back in the open field. As one can imagine based on Derrick Henry’s track record of pulverizing stiff arms, this did not end well for Norman.

With Derrick Henry sending Norman into another stratosphere with his latest highlight reel stiff arm, Twitter went wild while running with just about every possible joke under the sun.

Luckily for Norman and the Bills, though, both teams were called for penalties, which ultimately off-set one another, as this play didn’t wind up counting. However, the video will be hard to delete from the Internet if you are Norman and the Bills.

While Derrick Henry’s stiff arm of Norman certainly isn’t his first of this variety, this might go down as his best despite the fact that this play didn’t count in the end. Norman’s flying act will go down in history alongside Henry’s destruction of the Jacksonville Jaguars and his overpowering stiff arm of former Baltimore Ravens safety Earl Thomas from the divisional round of last year’s playoffs.

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Derrick Henry and company currently lead the Bills by the score of 21-10 with the first half winding down. The Titans have already received a touchdown from Henry in addition to second-year wide receiver A.J. Brown, who opened the scoring for both team’s on Tuesday evening in Nashville.

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