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Since Chris Johnson's 2,006-yard season in 2009 in which he managed 14 touchdowns, fantasy owners have been frustrated by the 26-year-old running back.
He has the potential to be great, as made obvious by that season, but has seen a steady drop in production over the last two years.
Last season was easily his worst, as he rushed for only 1,047 yards and four touchdowns, both statistics much worse than his rookie season.
The worry is that Johnson has looked passive through long stretches of last year, often going down too easily while seeming to give up short gains in an ill-fated attempt at breaking a long run.
While I definitely won't be drafting Chris Johnson in the first round (like last year), he should have a good year, especially with a full summer of training camp under his belt as well as a better passing game to back him.
People should probably drop the huge expectations that rushing for over 2,000 yards brought.