Keys to a Chiefs victory over Titans in AFC Championship Game

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On a Tennessee first-and-goal from the Chiefs 4-yard line, the Titans made a decision to run a Wildcat play that called for Derrick Henry to line up in shotgun formation. Henry has at least 30 rushing attempts in each of his last three games and 180 or more rushing yards in those games.

But it was Mahomes' first game back from a dislocated kneecap.

The Kansas City Chiefs cut their deficit to the Tennessee Titans to 10-7 late in the first quarter of the AFC Championship Game on Patrick Mahomes' 8-yard touchdown pass to Tyreek Hill.

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"(Henry is) not hard to hit", Clark said, according to the NFL Network. He's just a big guy. honestly he should be running harder at his weight and his size. "I don't see no difficulty in tackling him". Good form tackling, gap discipline and proper pursuit angles will be vital. He's just a big body, and when people look at him, they're scared to tackle him or they look at him and they're scared to play aggressive. The play worked to perfection as Henry was able to take the snap, then run almost untouched into the end zone for a touchdown. I think I'm the aggressor.

Henry also rolled for 156 yards during the Titans' 22-21 win over Kansas City in a Wild Card playoff in 2017.

Ten weeks ago, the Chiefs and Titans met, in Week 10.

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