Found September 17, 2012 on Fantasy Football Champs:
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Tennessee running back Chris Johnson was a non-factor again in Week 2, rushing the ball eight times for 17 yards.Fantasy Spin:The Titans have a total of 58 yards rushing in two games and they are led by Jake Locker's 32 yards on four carries. Not what fantasy owners who were looking for a bounce back season from CJ were hoping for. While you may be tempted to trade him, his value is likely to be too low to get "fair market value."
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