Titans/Lions game notes

• The Titans recorded their third-best rushing total in franchise history (292 yards). They ran for a franchise-best 332 yards at Kansas City earlier this season and for 296 yards vs. Kansas City in 1977.
 
• The Titans' 47-10 victory represented the 7th largest margin of victory in franchise history.
 
• Thursday's victory gave the Titans an 11-1 record for the first time in franchise history.
 
• Thursday's victory gave the Titans eight consecutive regular season road wins, extending a franchise record.
 
• Thursday's victory assured the Titans of winning at least 11 games for the fifth time under Jeff Fisher.
 
• Thursday's victory gave the Titans a sweep of the NFC North in 2008.
 
• Thursday's victory gave the Titans an all-time record of 7-3 against the Lions.
 
• Thursday's victory improved Jeff Fisher's career record as head coach (1995-08) to 131-105.
 
• Thursday's victory improved Kerry Collins' regular season record as a starting quarterback to 77-83.
 
• Michael Griffin forced his first fumble of the season and the second of his career when Shaun McDonald lost the football on the second play of the game.

• Kyle Vanden Bosch recovered his second fumble of the season and the fifth of his career on a Shaun McDonald fumble on the second play of the game.

• Brandon Jones registered a career-long 28-yard run in the first quarter.

• Chris Johnson scored his 6th touchdown of the season on a 6-yard run, giving Tennessee a 7-0 lead in the first quarter.

• Chris Johnson scored his 7th touchdown of the season on a 58-yard run, giving Tennessee a 14-3 lead in the first quarter. It was the second-longest run of Johnson's career.

• Chris Johnson registered the second multi-touchdown game of his career. He also had two touchdowns earlier this season against Minnesota. • Kyle Vanden Bosch recorded his 4.5th sack of the season and the 40.5th of his career when he forced Daunte Culpepper out of bounds in the first quarter.
 
• Dave Ball recorded the first interception and touchdown of his career, picking off Daunte Culpepper and returning it 15 yards for a score, extending Tennessee's lead to 21-7 in the first quarter.
 
• The Titans scored 21 points in the first quarter.  The total tied for the second-highest number in franchise history.  They scored 21 points in the opening period on Oct. 31, 1999 against the St. Louis Rams and then set the franchise record with 24 points against the Indianapolis Colts on Dec. 5, 2004.
 
• LenDale White scored his 12th touchdown of the season and the 19th of his career on a 6-yard run, extending Tennessee's lead to 28-3 in the second quarter. White's 12 rushing touchdowns ties him for fifth place in franchise history for rushing touchdowns in a season, and White's tally is the most since Eddie George's 12 touchdowns in 2002.
 
• Kevin Vickers recorded the first full sack of his career when he took down Daunte Culpepper in the second quarter. The Detroit native now has 1.5 sacks on the season and for his career.
 
• Chris Johnson recorded his third 100-yard rushing game of the season.
 
• LenDale White scored his 13th touchdown of the season and the 20th of his career on a 2-yard run, extending Tennessee's lead to 35-3 in the second quarter. White's touchdown run moved him into a tie for third place for most rushing touchdowns scored in a season in franchise history.  His 13 scores matches Earl Campbell's totals from both 1978 and 1980. White's total trails only Campbell's 19 touchdowns in 1979 and Eddie George's 14 touchdowns in 2000.
 
• Michael Griffin registered his first career fumble recovery on a fumbled punt by Detroit in the fourth quarter.
 
• Rob Bironas went over 100 points for the second straight season.
 
• Ahmard Hall caught a career-long 54-yard pass from Vince Young in the fourth quarter.
 
• Vince Young registered the second-longest pass of his career with a 54-yard strike to Ahmard Hall in the fourth quarter.
 
• The Titans posted a pair of 100-yard rushers for the second time this season and the seventh time in franchise history. LenDale Whtie and Chris Johnson each went over yards earlier this season at Kansas City.
 
• Jacob Ford posted his 4th sack of the season when he took down Drew Henson in the fourth quarter.
 
• The Titans can record their 12th consecutive game with an even or positive turnover ratio.
 
• QB Kerry Collins passed Dave Krieg (3,105) for 11th place in NFL history in career completions.
 
• RB Chris Johnson (958 yards) moved past Rodney Thomas (947) for third place among franchise rookie rushers.
 
• RB LenDale White score one or more touchdowns for the eighth time in 12 games this season.
 
• LB Keith Bulluck started his 109th consecutive game, the longest active streak of any Titans player.
 
• Craig Hentrich moved into ninth on the NFL's all-time career punts list.

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