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Chris Johnson's stats aren't bad at first glance. He had over 100 yards from scrimmage, but he still took a trip back down the road that he was stuck on early in the season.
If you take out his 31-yard run on the Titans' first drive of the game, Johnson had a very mediocre outing.
How can you forget Johnson's rush for a loss of 11 yards? Yes, you read that right. A loss of 11 yards.
Johnson has turned plays like that into big gains in the past, but Johnson has to start realizing that defenses have wised up to his running style.
That rush came at a time when the Titans were down 14-9, with every opportunity to still win the game handily.
Johnson is actually having a solid year, and he has done a nice job silencing a lot of his critics with his recent performances.
However, if Johnson is ever going to be regarded as one of the better running backs in the NFL, then these no-shows against bad teams cannot happen.