Derrick Henry, our best player, maybe the best pure rusher of all time. Coming off one of the most historic rushing seasons in NFL history. All is well, until it's not anymore. Every back who has ever hit 2k has had a very steep decline the next season, given this history, the fact that Henry has led the league in carries the past 2 seasons+playoff carries, and the physical nature of his game. Are the wheels primed to fall off? And if they do, then what? Our passing game will likely take a step backward already, if we don't have Henry taking the attention off our receivers and making our play action lethal, what does this offense look like? Even if it's not this year, Henry's days of being an absolute workhorse are limited and it seems like there's no contingency plan. We have Evans and McNichols(?), who no one is going to be scared off, and one great wr coming off a double knee surgery. Was a 2k season and a Wildcard exit worth shortening Henry/our window? Or will we finally transition into a modern offense and learn that a good passing attack is the key to a superbowl?