Derrick Henry, the running back for the Tennessee Titans, and Brian Robinson, running back for the Washington Commanders, exchanged jerseys after their week 5 game.

The game was a close one ending 17-21 favoring the visiting Titans.

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Henry ran 105 yards and made two rushing touchdowns. He swapped his jersey with Brian Robinson, who was shot shortly before his NFL debut and suffered multiple non-lethal gunshot wounds. The RB is 23 years old.

Brian Robinson ran 22 yards through the game and had no touchdowns. However, there was a lot of attention on the young player for his resolve and determination to return to the NFL in such a short period of time.

The scoring started with a touchdown pass from Hillard, for the Titans in the first quarter. The Commanders responded with a field goal at the last minute. The Commanders then took the lead with a touchdown pass from wide receiver Dyami Brown. The Titans regained the advantage in the last minute of the second quarter with a running touchdown.

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Brown made another touchdown pass late in the third quarter to recover the lead. This was answered by Derrek Henry with another running touchdown in the last minute of the third quarter. The fourth quarter remained scoreless. The wizards nearly rescued the game in the final seconds with a touchdown, but the pass was intercepted by David Long, a linebacker for the Titans. While the teams matched each other in the second, third and fourth quarters, it was the initial difference of 3-7 set up in the first quarter that decided the game.

There was also a considerable difference in the rushing yards between the two teams with the Titans clocking up 103 rushing yards and the Commanders only managing 40 yards.

With this result, Titans are at the top of the AFC South while Washington Commanders fall to the bottom of the NFC East