1. Henry will break single game playoff rushing record
Derrick Henry‘s postseason run has been one for the ages. In two games, Henry has totaled 377 rushing yards and is the only player in NFL playoff history to rush for 170 yards or more in two straight postseason games.
Henry’s 561 career rushing yards in the playoffs are the most by any running back in their first four career postseason games. More impressively, Henry has run for 180 yards or more in each of his past three games dating back to Week 17, the only player in NFL history to do so.
So, what’s next?
Henry already has one 200-yard rushing game this season (Week 17), and totaled a whopping 238 rushing yards in Week 14 against the Jacksonville Jaguars back in 2018. He’s more than capable of breaking this record.
After facing two top-six run defenses the past two weeks, Henry now draws a matchup with a Chiefs defense that ranked 26th against the run during the regular season and surrendered 188 yards and two scores to him in Week 10.
King Henry will feast in this game, breaking off multiple huge runs en route to 250 rushing yards and multiple scores. He will put the cherry on top of the sundae that has been his historic playoff run in 2019.