Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry has been one of the biggest running backs in the league since he debuted in 2016. By way of his size, he has also been one of the most difficult backs to tackle, and he showcased that mesmerizing blend of size and speed during the third quarter of Sunday’s game against the Indianapolis Colts when he scampered into the end zone.

The Titans took the risk of going for it inside the red zone and Henry made sure that head coach Mike Vrabel’s decision paid off. In hindsight, the list of backs that defenders would want to tackle in close quarters instead of Henry is likely quite immense.

Henry entered the contest with a hamstring ailment that had his status somewhat in doubt, but his 11th touchdown scamper of the season has likely quelled any concerns surrounding the matter.

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