When Henry declines, it will be because that is simply the natural order of things. It won't be because he doubles down on the triple cheeseburgers. The guy is a consummate professional and team player. When he regresses, he'll drift to the norm of an average back long before his production "falls off" a cliff. I'm more worried about our O-line and how we seem to have trouble keeping productive guys for the long haul. Lewan, Kelly, Jones solid for several more years, not sure about the others. If we keep a decent OL intact, a "declined" Henry plus a complement back should keep us productive.