Dominant Derrick Henry and defense help Titans roll miserable Texans

HOUSTON – Yes.

Yes, the Titans are good enough to go to Houston, hardly throw it with a rookie quarterback and convincingly beat the terrible Texans, 17-10.

Derrick Henry

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Set aside any silly talk that it’s Malik Willis’ time. The rookie’s game was on par with the miserable effort of his counterpart, Davis Mills, but it was rendered irrelevant and unnecessary by Derrick Henry, who went crazy against Houston as is his habit.

For his fourth consecutive game against the Texans, Henry topped 200 yards, this time with 32 carries for 219 yards and two scores.

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