Titans’ Derrick Henry, Ryan Stonehouse win Player of the Month honors

A pair of Tennessee Titans players have been recognized for their outstanding work during the month of October, with running back Derrick Henry and punter Ryan Stonehouse winning Player of the Month awards.

Henry was named the AFC Offensive Player of the Month, while Stonehouse was chosen as the AFC Special Teams Player of the Month.

In four games in October, Henry rushed for 563 yards and five touchdowns, including a Week 8 performance against the Houston Texans that saw him total 219 yards and two scores, earning him AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors.

The King currently ranks third in rushing yards in the NFL with 755, falling behind the New York Giants’ Saquon Barkley (779) and the Cleveland Browns’ Nick Chubb (841).

Stonehouse, who currently leads the NFL in punt average (54.0), averaged 51.7 yards per punt last month, with a long of 66. The rookie has been outstanding after winning the job over franchise great, Brett Kern.

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Story originally appeared on Titans Wire