Titans vs. Jaguars Monday Night Football: Chris Johnson Breaks 100 Yards on TD
Long after the Monday Night Football clash between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans had been decided, Tennessee's Chris Johnson was still on the field grinding out yards.
Despite the Titans' insurmountable 23-3 lead, coach Jeff Fisher went with his star running back instead of understudy Javon Ringer as Tennessee looked to kill clock and leave Jacksonville with the win.
For Johnson's fantasy owners, that decision paid off when he broke an off-tackle run outside and down the sideline for a 35-yard touchdown. Having managed 96 yards and no scores on his first 27 touches, Johnson finished the night with 111 yards rushing, 20 yards receiving, and his seventh touchdown this year after that last run.
There's no love lost between Fisher and the Jaguars. After beating Jacksonville three times in the 1999 season, including a win on the road in the conference championship game, Fisher referred to the River City as his team's "home away from home."
In running the final score up to 30-3, he just wore out his welcome that much more.
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