INDIANAPOLIS, In. (AP) — NFL rushing leader Derrick Henry ran for 140 yards and three touchdowns in the first half and finished with 178 yards in leading the Tennessee Titans to a 45-26 victory at Indianapolis.
The win breaks a tie atop the AFC South and gives the Titans a split in the two-game series. They have a tie-breaking advantage based on current division records.
And with the Colts' defense missing three key starters it wasn't even close. Henry scored on runs of 12, 1 and 11 yards and served as a decoy on Ryan Tannehill's 1-yard TD run that gave Tennessee an insurmountable 35-14 halftime lead.
The Titans are now 8-3.