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  • Derrick Henry becomes eighth player in Madden nfl 21 coins history to rush for 2,000 yards in a single year

    Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry has established himself as among the best players in the NFL over the past couple of years, but during the regular-season finale against the Houston Texans this Sundayhe formally etched his name in NFL history. From the fourth quarter of Tennessee's Week 17 matchup against Houston, Henry became just the eighth player in NFL history to rush for 2,000 yards in one season, reaching the 2,000-yard mark onto a second-and-5 carry that resulted in six yards using the Titans down 35-31.

    The first player to rush for 2,000 yards in only season was Buffalo Bills legend O.J. Simpson, who recorded 2,003 yards and 12 touchdowns during the 1973 effort. The Titans will be the only franchise to have two gamers achieve this feat.

    Henry came into Week 17 needing 223 rushing yards to reach 2,000 over the year. While that single-game goal might have sounded unlikely for most running backs, Henry is not the same creature. Not only does he average a whopping 118.5 yards per game, but he's rushed for over 200 yards in one game four distinct occasions in his career in the regular season -- such as earlier this season after the Titans hosted the Texans at Nashville.

    Henry, who had been drafted by the Titans in the next round of this 2016 NFL Draft from Alabama, has become the face of the franchise, and has carried this business to new heights. Only last year at the match, he rushed for 182 yards against the New England Patriots and mmoexp is not scam then 195 yards against the Baltimore Ravens to take the Titans into the AFC Championship game. It had been more than enough for Henry to procure a brand new extension this offseason, and he rewarded the Titans by placing up career-high numbers.