Internet roasts Jaguars, names Derrick Henry as ‘owner’ on Wikipedia
The internet remains undefeated after someone changed the Jacksonville Jaguars’ owner to Derrick Henry on the team’s Wikipedia page.
According to the internet, there is a new owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars, and it’s none other than Tennessee Titans running back, Derrick Henry.
The Alabama product once again torched the Titans’ division rival, which has become a regular occurrence in the past few years.
Henry totaled 159 yards and two scores in the Titans’ 42-20 thrashing of the Jaguars in Week 12. Adding insult to injury, Henry stiff-armed and tight-rope walked his way to a 74-yard score that broke the back of the Jaguars in the third quarter.
After the game, someone made an edit to the Jaguars’ Wikipedia page and changed the name of the owner to Henry. The screenshot is courtesy of @NickFuchs4 on Twitter, so give this man a follow for his hard work (click the tweet to view the full picture, it’s at the bottom).
As of this writing, Henry’s name is still listed as the owner, and it’s glorious.
Henry’s trouncing of the Jaguars wasn’t the first time he’s dominated them and been the source of their nightmares.
You may remember (of course you do) in Week 14 of last season when Henry ran for 238 yards and four touchdowns, which included a record-tying 99-yard touchdown run. It was the beginning of an insane four-week stretch that saw Henry compile 585 yards and seven touchdowns.
Since that Week 14 game, no running back in the NFL has more rushing yards than Henry, and he continues to prove that the Titans need to make re-signing him a top priority in 2020.
For the season, Henry stands fourth in the league in rushing yards with 991, and he’s on pace to shatter his career-high in rushing yards in a single season, which he set in 2018 when he totaled 1,059 yards on the ground.
At this point, Henry should just adopt the Jaguars because he is already their daddy, but I guess we can just settle for owner for now.