SoCalTitan teased it in the fanposts yesterday, but here's the link (Insider subscription required) to the article featuring Chris Johnson in ESPN The Magazine.
Now, that's cool, but the best part about that link is the sidebar link (Insider subscription required), where the FO guys go in-depth on the numbers to show how ridiculous Chris Johnson has been this year:
When a back runs for three, five or even eight yards, he usually owes the lion's share of credit to his offensive line. But once a back reaches the second level -- 10 yards and beyond -- any additional ground gained is primarily a function of his speed, vision and agility. So it's another testament to Johnson's greatness that 39% of the Titans' rushing yards this season have been compiled past the second level. That's nearly double the 20% NFL average, and it's on pace to break the Lions' 38% record, set by Barry Sanders & Co. in 1997.
CJ wants to be in the MVP discussion so badly he's vowing to launch his own 'campaign'. My bet is Paul K is right on this one: a QB will get the MVP while CJ might have a better shot at the Offensive Player of the Year Award.
Follow us through the jump to see who the Tennessean spent time interviewing...
Ugh. Just, ugh. Tough for me to get upset though, because it's not like a serious writer like Terry McCormick did it.
Nate Washington told Kenny Britt from the beginning to be ready to contribute this year when his number was called, and now we're seeing the dividends.
Mike Florio actually takes a sober, and at least some-what well reasoned look at the similarities in career path between Vince Young and Kordell Stewart.
Will Leon of TitansTracker.com takes a look at a few of the charter members of the Vince Young Haters' Club, and sees what song they're singing now.
The successful resurrection of Vince Young as an NFL QB could have good benefits for Steelers back-up Dennis Dixon, says Aaron Fentress.
A soft-hearted piece on VY's emotional benchmarks... as seen from Boston.
Looks like the Colts could get starting CB Kelvin Hayden for the game on Sunday, who would most likely give them a boost over well-performing rookies Jerraud Powers and Jacoby Lacey.
Every time you read a great Titans-related story on the web and don't share it with the MCM community through the fanposts, fanshots or by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org Peytoon Manning makes YET ANOTHER commercial. Is that what you want?!!!!?!?!