In fact, according to NFL Research, he is the only player to go 95 or more yards twice in a career.
With less than 10 minutes left in the first half and the Texans leading the visiting Tennessee Titans 14-10, Miller took a handoff up the middle, broke to the right and outran two defenders to the end zone. It was the first play from scrimmage following a Titans punt.
According to Pro Football Reference, Miller now has two of the five longest rushes in NFL history. The Dallas Cowboys' Tony Dorsett has the only 99-yard rush in NFL history, accomplishing the feat against the Minnesota Vikings on a Monday night in 1983.
Longest rushes, NFL history
99 yards -- Tony Dorsett, Dallas, 1983
97 -- Andy Uram, Green Bay, 1939
--Field Level Media
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