Derrick Henry finally broke out.
The third-year Tennessee Titans running back had yet to total more than 58 rushing yards in a game this season before exploding for 238 rushing yards and four touchdowns on Thursday Night Football.
Many are deeming his 99-yard touchdown run as one of the most impressive plays in football history.
The 6-foot-3, 247-pound Henry showcased his devastating combination of speed and power on the play, which tied him with Tony Dorsett for the longest rush in NFL history.
Henry hit a top speed of 20.29 mph on the play, and his Madden 19 ratings got a big boost after the game.
EA Sports upgraded Henry's stiff arm rating by 12 points, taking him from an 87 in that category to a 99.
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