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If Chris Johnson could go up against the Bills every week, he'd probably be the NFL's all-time leading rusher by now.
Johnson now has 480 rushing yards and six touchdowns over three career games against the Bills.
Put the 195 rushing yards in today's game aside for a moment. Johnson is finally running with confidence and determination, something that was lacking early in the season.
The offensive line has definitely made improvements as well, but Johnson illustrated today what we've been dying to see him do for a while now.
He was running north and south instead of straight to the sideline. He used the sideline when it was there, but he also made decisive cuts between the tackles.
This is a great sign for the Titans moving forward. We knew the Titans were going to have to win some shootouts this season, and the Titans need Johnson to play well if they're going to do that.