Chris Johnson and the Tennessee Titans are coming off their best game in two years running the ball. Now they face a new challenge.
Prove they've really worked out all the kinks.
The timing would be perfect if the Titans and Johnson finally are back on track and stay around the playoff chase. They head to Buffalo (5-6) on Sunday looking to put together their first winning streak since September trailing the Houston Texans (8-3) in the AFC South, but tied with the Jets and Denver at 6-5 a game out of the last wild-card spot.
''We're thinking yeah, we're heading in the right direction,'' Titans coach Mike Munchak said. ''We'd rather run the ball well now than necessarily the beginning of the season so we'll look at it that way. We think we're doing a lot better things in the last few weeks than we had been earlier in the season so we need these next five weeks to be the best games we've had.''
Munchak said the key is building on that now.
''When you have success at something fina...