Found November 01, 2011 on
Chris Johnson has dug himself a hole this season by holding out until the Tennessee Titans made him the highest paid running back and then not producing. Javon Ringer on the other hand stepped up in practice and took Johnson’s place all off season to help get the rest of the team ready. Everybody became
BEST OF MAXIM
The Colts continue to search for rock bottom. The Titans are back over .500. What else did we learn during Tennessee’s 27-10 win Sunday? 1. Chris Johnson is now a useless appendage on the Titans offense. When the game was on the line in the fourth quarter, Johnson mostly watched Javon Ringer from the sideline.…
Based on where they were drafted and the production owners were expecting of them, there have been no two bigger non-injury busts in fantasy football this season than Philip Rivers and Chris Johnson. (We’ll forgive Jamaal Charles and Peyton Manning for their season-ending injuries).
They are the stars of our latest photo story: “Bust Buddies”.
Note for my dad and others:...
NASHVILLE (AP) -- Tennessee coach Mike Munchak is doing his best to defuse a potential running back controversy.
Munchak made it clear Monday that Chris Johnson remains the Titans' starter, and he said he sees the running back working harder than ever in a situation where his contract extension created high expectations.
Backup Javon Ringer will continue to play with the number...