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What You Need to Know:
Draft Sharks Bottom Line:
Henry is coming off the 8th 2,000-yard rushing season in NFL history and easily leads the league in carries, rushing yards and rushing TDs over the past 2 years. Despite underwhelming receiving production, he’s finished as a top 5 RB across fantasy scoring formats both years. Aaron Jones is the only other guy who can say that.
Henry should again be the focal point of Tennessee’s offense in 2021 and is the best carry bet in the league. (We project him for over 30 more carries than anyone else.) While the volume of carries he’s handled over the past 2 seasons is a slight concern, Henry has proven super durable and is still only 27.
The loss of OC Arthur Smith is a concern, but the addition of WR Julio Jones is exciting. This should remain an efficient offense, leading to plenty of scoring opportunities for Henry.