Derrick Henry's Titans career may end with a whimper.

Derrick Henry will go down in Tennessee Titans (5-9) history as a legend. 

Unfortunately for Henry and Tennessee, that remarkable streak appears to be coming to an end. 

Henry rushed for nine yards on 16 carries (0.6 yards per carry) in the Titans' 19-16 overtime loss to the Houston Texans (8-6).

It is his lowest rushing total in a game since being appointed a starter. Henry's significance to the organization and its fans cannot be quantified.

 On a day when Tennessee wore their Houston Oilers throwback uniforms in front of legendary running backs Eddie George and Earl Campbell, Henry's place among them has never seemed more visceral.

Every handoff Henry receives at this point in his career is meant to cement his place in league history.

"Yeah, definitely today you had that feeling," Henry said when asked if he thought about his Tennessee career ending on Sunday.

"We had hoped to sneak in there somewhere." Then being eliminated, knowing there are only three games left. I've spent my entire career here. 

 I absolutely want to go out on a high note, which isn't happening. "I'm just trying to give it my all these last three games and leave everything on the field."

Quarterback Will Levis was sacked seven times and had to leave the game late due to a leg injury. 

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