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For those fortunate enough to have made it to their Fantasy Football Championship game this weekend, congratulations. I am right there with you, but this is not the time to celebrate and relax. This is one of the most stressful weeks of the entire NFL season, but it is what you have been preparing since entering mock draft lobbies way back in August.
But now that you made it this far, the decisions not only get harder, but they become that much more critical. One wrong move can cost you what you have been working for for the past four or five months. It almost probably cost many of us last week, especially considering some of the marquee names who failed to deliver fantasy stardom.
One such player is Tennessee Titans running back, Chris Johnson. He used to be known as CJ2K, as he said he could average over 2,000 rushing yards per season. At this pint, he will struggle to even reach half of that goal in 2011. I, like many people this season, was able to acquire Johnson i...
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Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson suffered a sprained ankle during Sunday’s loss to the Colts. Titans head coach Mike Munchak indicated that Johnson’s ankle injury isn’t serious. Right now he’s sore and may just miss some practice time this week. “He’ll be questionable this week, but we saw him (Monday) and we don’t think [...]
Titans running back Chris Johnson expects to be able to play Saturday despite a right ankle injury as Tennessee tries to keep its faint playoff hopes alive against the Jaguars.
Chris Johnson either doesn't know or doesn't care, but the Titans RB dialed up an odd play Wednesday, tweeting his digits to a teammate -- and half a million others.
Tennessee Titans coach Mike Munchak doesn't seem too concerned about stud running back Chris Johnson's ankle sprain.
"We don't think there's any reason he'll be out for (Saturday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars)," Munchak told the Tennessean on Monday. "But he is definitely sore, so we'll see how he is this week. ... He is a little...
You may still be unsure about what to ask Santa to bring you for Christmas, but fans of the Tennessee Titans (7-7, 1-3) know his or her wishes this holiday. There are many, but here are the big ones for Mr. Cringle:
1. Give CJ the ’09 2K magic back:
In 2009, Titans RB Chris Johnson had a magical season with 2,006 yards rushing and 14 touchdowns. He followed that performance...
Memo to the Giants and Jets. You knew Sunday’s games, you know, counted, right? ... Chris Johnson sure came through in a big way for the Titans, picking up all of 55 yards against the Colts in a loss that all but torpedoed Tennessee’s postseason plans.
Paul Kuharsky liked what he saw from the defense on Sunday:
What I liked -- Colts: Big plays on defense. Maligned cornerback Jacob Lacey took a pass away from Chris Johnson and returned it 32 yards for a score. Pat Angerer killed the Titans when they looked to be getting things going in the fourth quarter, stripping Jared Cook for a fumble which was recovered by Chris Rucker...
Pathetic. Pitiful. Embarrassing. Just three of the many words that one can use to describe today's 27-13 Titans' loss to the previously-winless Colts. In addition to serving as the silver lining to Indy's cloudy 2011 campaign, the Titans for all intents and purposes, probably tossed asunder their slim chances of qualifying for an AFC Wild Card spot. More on today'...
The Tennessee Titans took a big step backward in their quest for the playoffs last weekend, falling to what had been the league's only winless team.
While Saturday's meeting with the visiting Jacksonville Jaguars provides the Titans with what seems to be another favorable matchup, it may be too late for them to pick up the pieces.
Tennessee (7-7) entered Sunday with a chance...