With Tennessee Titans running back Chris "I'll see you in the end zone" Johnson rapidly piling up yards this season, there has been much speculation as to whether or not he will eclipse the 2,000 yard mark. Through nine weeksáJohnson is averaging just over 121 yards per game. With seven games remaining on the schedule, this average will put him at 1,939 yards, just shy of the goal. But when you consider his lastáfour games, three of which are wins, the numbers look a little different: 155 yards/game, including 128 yards in an otherwise horrendous game against New England. That's quite a pace, but somewhat unrealistic. His current production, however, suggests that he might come in somewhere between the two extremes, meaning that if he averages 138-140 yards/game for the remainder of the ...
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