Titans’ Derrick Henry Tramples Bills as Buffalo’s Late Gamble Fails

Titans' Derrick Henry Tramples Bills as Buffalo's Late Gamble Fails

Derrick Henry scored three touchdowns, and then Tennessee stopped Josh Allen on a fourth down, which is the last play of the game. The Titans beat Buffalo 34-31.

On their last possession, the Bills were leading the AFC East, and they drove to the Titans’ three-yard line. The Bills could have tied the game with a field goal, but instead, they went for a touchdown and did not make it. Allen was one yard short of the first down. He got to fourth down, and the quarterback took a snap from under center. The Tennessee defense moved forward to stop him; his legs went out from under him.

The Titans (4-2) scored with 12 seconds left to take the lead. They were happy because they had just won the game.

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Derrick Henry came to the NFL as the leader for rushing yards. Even though most of the teams in the league have played six games, he still has 143 yards which are more than 100. He also has five consecutive games with more than 100 yards. In the NFL, DeMarco Murray had a long streak of eight games in a row. In 2020, he was the AP Offensive Player of the Year, and he also had two touchdowns. Another player named Ryan Tannehill added another touchdown and one run against Buffalo. Harold Landry got two sacks, and Kevin Byard intercepted a pass.

Titans' Derrick Henry Tramples Bills as Buffalo's Late Gamble Fails

The Bills (4-2) have won their last 15 games at halftime. But this time, the defense gave up more points than it had in any game so far. Thomas Gantt ran for 145 yards and three touchdowns while leading the Knights to a 31-24 victory over The Dragons. Allen had 353 yards and three touchdowns in the win. His 3rd was a one-yarder to Tommy Sweeney with 36 seconds left in the third period. After catching a pass from Dawson Knox for the two-point conversion

Dak had a 29-yard touchdown to Cole Beasley before halftime. He passed Aaron Rodgers with the 108 combined TDs in his 49th start. Aaron Rodgers had 107 touchdowns for the most by a quarterback in his first 50 starts since the NFL merger.

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