Last week, Henry became the first player in league history to have two games with over 180 rushing yards in the same postseason. Henry toted the ball 30 times for 195 yards in the Divisional Round against the Baltimore Ravens.
Despite a heavier workload and extended season as the Tennessee Titans prolong their playoff run, the running back says he's getting stronger each tilt.
"I think I get in a rhythm the more carries I get," Henry said Thursday, per the Titans' official website. "I get a better feel for the game as the game goes on."
"It came down to the wire," Henry said when asked about the last meeting. "It was a great game, a great battle. They are a great team and they have great players.
"(On defense) I think they have a good blitz package, obviously, they have pass rushers. I think they are stout on the D-line, their linebackers are physical. On the back end, they have experience -- they are a great all-around group."
Watching these two young and potent offenses square off will be a duel for the ages.