As the 2020 fantasy football season nears, it's time to examine players who could make or break your fantasy team. Here's a look at Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry and his fantasy outlook for the season ahead.
Henry’s reception deficiency didn’t stop him from finishing top 5 across fantasy formats when the Titans finally made him a full-season starter for the first time. Only Ezekiel Elliott and Nick Chubb posted more games of 100-plus rushing yards. Only Chubb and Chris Carson had more games of 20-plus carries. Tennessee ranked fourth in the league, running on 46.9 percent of offensive plays. That’s a repeatable rushing share for 2020.
Size: 6'3, 247
Bye Week: 7
Henry returns on the franchise tag to reprise his role as offensive centerpiece. The biggest risk is a TD dip. Carries and yards will be there.
Season Projections for 2020
310 carries, 1,488 yards, 12 rushing TDs; 22 receptions, 198 yards, 1 receiving TD