Not only is the production not there for Chris Johnson, but the carries are gradually decreasing as well.
There were numerous times that Mike Munchak and Chris Palmer elected to go with a pass play on down and distances that were well suited for a run.
Johnson had just eight carries despite actually running the ball a lot better than last week. It was very puzzling to see Johnson get so few touches when the game was very much in reach.
The game didn't get completely out of reach until early in the fourth quarter. With that being said, the run game cannot be abandoned by this coaching staff no matter how bad it is struggling.
Maybe they should take a page out of the way the Chargers handled their own woes in the rushing department. They brought in Jackie Battle in the second half and he really made a difference.
Not only was Johnson used very little, but none of the other Titans running backs were even given a chance to change the pace of the game.
Who's to say Jamie Harper couldn't have provided that same spark?
Similar results will continue to plague the Titans if Locker is forced to run a one-dimensional offense.