Titans left tackle Michael Roos had a pleasant flashback watching the back of Chris Johnson's jersey disappear in the distance on his way to the end zone against the Buffalo Bills.
For Roos, it looked like something from 2009, when Johnson became just the sixth NFL player to break 2,000 yards rushing.
''It was, and I think everybody has been waiting for him to get back to that,'' Roos said. ''We can see that he can still do it. And it was good for us to have a game like this with that many yards rushing.''
How many? Try 195, the third-highest total of Johnson's career, and most since he had a career-best 228 against Jacksonville on Nov. 1, 2009.
Better still, Johnson scored twice - including an electrifying 83-yard run - in a 35-34 win on Sunday.
Johnson finally hit the gas, ending a near season-long slump in which he entered the game with 301 yards rushing and no scores.
And quarterback Matt Hasselbeck delivered in the clutch for the se...