KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Derrick Henry was rumbling his way through the Kansas City Chiefs defense, and through the Titans history books, during a first half that went exactly the way Tennessee coach Mike Vrabel dreamed it would Sunday night.

The second half was more like a nightmare. Henry was stuffed, backup quarterback Malik Willis struggled and the Chiefs rallied for a 20-17 victory in overtime.

Henry finished with 115 yards rushing and two touchdowns, moving him into first place in franchise history with 74 career TD runs.