Think Chris Johnson is back and has regained his old form?
Well think again.
Whichever fantasy football owners had Chris Johnson in their lineup were going absolutely nuts yesterday when he ran for 195 yards and not only found the end zone for the first time this season, but actually recorded two touchdown runs.
I know fantasy football owners think this is a sign of Johnson breaking out of his funk, but let's not get ahead of ourselves. Sure, Johnson showed us that he can still put up big numbers, but do not expect him to do this on a consistent basis.
Here are three reasons why you should only expect Johnson to be a low end No. 2 fantasy running back or FLEX position at best for the rest of the 2012 NFL season.