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Running back Chris Johnson said his goal is to rush for at least 2,000 yards, which he accomplished in 2009.
Said Johnson, "I feel like a lot of people have written me off. I still went over 1,000 yards (last season) but it wasn't a CJ2K year. So a lot of people are going to write me off. ... I want to be the first one to do it twice, that's certainly a goal of mine to do. ... I feel like I'm still the best back in the league. When I ran for 2,000 yards my goal was to be the best player in the league and I still want to be that. In order for my team to make it to the playoffs, make it to the Super Bowl, I'm going to have to be the best."
Johnson compared the way outsiders view him to LeBron James and the huge expectations that exist.
"I feel just like LeBron - a lot of people are going to be back on the bandwagon," Johnson said. "He had a lot of haters out there, a lot of people saying he wasn't good and things like that and just to se...
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All Personal Vendetta’s aside, Chris Johnson will be a top fantasy option in 2012.
The 2011 season was not a great one for Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson. Despite the fact that he got a rich new contract after a lengthy holdout last offseason, Johnson ran with little enthusiasm or effort to start the season causing some to give up on him, myself included...
The Tennessee Titans sit at a crossroads entering the new season. The team enjoyed a surprising amount of success under first-year head coach and Oilers/Titans great Mike Munchak.
A renaissance year from Matt Hasselbeck overshadowed a throwaway year for Chris Johnson, no longer the CJ2K of the past.
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The Tennessee Titans believe they already have a big advantage heading into their second training camp with coach Mike Munchak. This time around, they actually had an offseason together.
''A year ago, we didn't know what Chris Johnson was,'' offensive coordinator Chris Palmer said. ''We didn't know what Kenny Britt was. We didn't know if Matt...
Mike Patton of TitanInsider.com believes there’s a chance that the Tennessee Titans could end up deciding at some point to move on from wide receiver Kenny Britt with all his off the field problems and his inability to stay healthy.
“Don’t be surprised if the Titans begin getting plans together to move on with or without Britt,” wrote Patton. ”The decision...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The Tennessee Titans have placed Kenny Britt on the physically unable to perform list as the receiver recovers from his third surgery on his knees within the past 10 months.
The Titans also placed rookie safety Markelle Martin on the list Wednesday. Both can practice once they pass a physical.
Tennessee reports for training camp Friday, and Britt's...
According to the Nashville Tennessean, Titans linebacker Akeem Ayers will line up as a pass rusher regularly this season. The 2011 2nd round pick has spent the offseason working out with pass rush technique specialist Keith Millard. At 6-3 254, with good athleticism, he has all the tools to be a pass rusher and was noted for his above average blitzing ability coming out of UCLA last...
Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt will start training camp on the physically unable to perform list. Britt had reconstructive right knee surgery in October 2011 after tearing the ACL and MCL in September against the Broncos. Britt had a "routine clean-up" in May according to general manager Ruston Webster, and an arthroscopic surgery on his left knee in June. Britt must...
Matt Hasselbeck opened training camp as Tennessee's starting quarterback, according to their official team website.
The veteran will see fierce competition from second-year pro Jake Locker though, and the strong-armed and athletic Washington product would hold far more fantasy upside if he ultimately overtakes Hasselbeck for the job.
According to John Glennon of The Tennessean, the Titans have placed wide receiver Kenny Britt on the PUP list while he continues to recover from offseason surgery on his knee.
Once Britt is able to pass a physical he’ll be allowed to practice.
I started with Akeem Ayers yesterday, writing about why I wanted to write about him and giving a bit of an in-depth look at his play in the Week 12 game against the Buccaneers. For this post, I also watched in detail his performance against the Broncos in Week 3 and his day against the Jaguars in Week 16.In those two games, I saw the same general mix of good and bad. Neither the...