Rushing offense: A+
Grading the Titans' 30-9 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday night at Nissan Stadium. His 99-yard touchdown run will be rewatched for years to come. His 238yard rushing performance, a franchise record, will live in the history books. And as for the ball from his 99-yarder? Well, that one is staying with Derrick Henry. The Titans third-year running back turned in a performance for the ages on a prime-time stage, finding the end zone four times and nearly running for more yards than the 255 total yards of offense that the Jaguars put up. A-plus almost doesn’t do it justice.
touchdown but had a hard time finding a groove against a solid effort by the Titans secondary, which held him to a 58. 1 completion percentage. but that’s all the positive that can be said about their special teams. Cameron Batson muffed a punt, recovered it, backpedaled into the end zone and was then tackled for a safety. Ryan Succop missed an extra point.