Dion Lewis is one of the better pass-catching backs in the league, and has a defined role in the Tennessee offense as such. That added up to over 200 touches in 2018. If he can get between 150 and 200 touches again this season, that would be a solid contribution from a back who will likely be your No. 3 or 4 guy.
Lewis played in 16 games for just the second time. That's not a lot for a guy who's been around since 2011. He has, however, now done it in back-to-back years. He also lost touches down the stretch to Derrick Henry, so there's some reason to fear that trend could continue.
2019 Bottom Line
Lewis' first season in Tennessee was nothing short of a disappointment. He finished with only 517 rushing yards and one touchdown on the ground, averaging 3.1 yards per carry. He did catch a career-high 59 passes for 400 yards, but again, only had one score in that area, as well. That might be about the best you can hope for, though 900-plus total yards is nothing to sneeze at. Lewis figures to have a slightly lesser role this season, especially as a ball carrier, though he could see his catches go up. He's now and end-of-the-roster back.