I'll be the first to admit that I'm a little partial to Eddie George. He was the Titans running back when the Titans moved to Tennessee, which is when I became a fan, but I don't think putting him in the No. 2 slot is objectively wrong.
George was the running back of the Oilers when they became the Titans, so he is the first true Titans running back. George went to the Pro Bowl four times, was an All Pro once on the first team and once on the second, a Heisman Trophy winner, College Football Hall of Famer and a member of the 10,000 yard club.
With the Titans, George rushed for less than 1,000 yards only one time (939 in 2001), and amassed a total of 10,009 rushing yards, 2134 receiving yards and 74 touchdowns.
He also had a much longer career than most running backs, showing his durability. If you want more proof, only Walter Payton has started more consecutive regular season games (170) than Eddie George has (128) at running back.
George is still my favorite Titans running back, and if Johnson doesn't end his holdout soon, then he'll never surpass him in my book.