The King alone at the top: Derrick Henry has rushed for 180 yards or more in each of his last three games, and he is the only player in NFL history to do so, whether those games occurred in the regular season, postseason, or both.
Adding to the Kingdom: Derrick Henry‘s 195 yards on Saturday night are the most in a single playoff game in franchise history. He also holds the record for most rushing yards in a player’s first four career postseason games (561) and is the only player in NFL history to rush for 170 yards or more in back-to-back playoff games (Houston Chronicle’s Aaron Wilson and TSN’s Stat Centre)
From bad to great: The Titans are just the third team since the playoff format was changed in 1990 to start off 2-4 or worse and make it to a conference championship game. The other two were the 2002 Titans and 1996 Jaguars, both of which started 2-4 also (Jim Wyatt, Titans Online).
Streak busters: Before Saturday night’s loss to Tennessee, the Ravens (36-0) were the only team in the Super Bowl era to be undefeated when favored by 10 or more points (Jamison Hensley, ESPN).
He can throw it, too: Derrick Henry’s touchdown pass was the first thrown by a running back in a playoff game since Minnesota Vikings RB Allen Rice did it against the New Orleans Saints in 1988 (John Glennon, The Athletic).