Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry is not necessarily known for catching the ball out of the backfield.

Just don’t tell that to the Cleveland Browns. With Tennessee leading 15-13 late in the third quarter, Marcus Mariota dialed up a screen to Henry. It seemed unassuming at first.

That’s until blocking led to Henry springing it down the left sideline for a 75-yard touchdown — the longest pass of Mariota’s career.

Cleveland had just scored a touchdown on the last play from scrimmage to pull the game within two. The Titans answered in immediate fashion.

Interestingly enough, Henry entered his fourth NFL season having recorded a total of 372 receiving yards. He accumulated about 20 percent of that on just one play.

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