The Facts: Everyone wants to know: What will the division of carries look like between Henry and Dion Lewis? 50-50? 65-35? 70-30? Well, a lot of that depends on how Henry performs when he’s on the field. But the plan is for him to be the lead back.
Diehards Line: All this according to TitansOnline.com's Jim Wyatt, who reminded readers that Henry, a Heisman Trophy winner at Alabama, operated in Murray’s shadow as a rookie. He got more opportunities in 2017, and made the most of them. Henry ran for 744 yards and five touchdowns last season, and he had a memorable, 156-yard game in Kansas City in the team’s playoff win. While we know he's a capable runner, Wyatt reports that Henry is also focused on getting better as a pass catcher and in pass protection. But make no mistake about, Lewis, who led the Patriots with 180 carries for 896 yards last season, isn't there to watch from the sidelines. He will have a role.