Johnson doesn’t need to be the league’s best back. He needs to be productive in the Titans’ offensive scheme, gaining good yards when the box isn’t stacked to bring defenses forward so that Matt Hasselbeck or Jake Locker have increased chances to make big plays over the top to Kenny Britt, Nate Washington and Kendall Wright. Let’s start there and leave the best-back conversation for later. *** I agree, talk about being the best when we are winning games. This isn't CJ and the Tenn. Titans.