Pro Football Weekly and the Professional Football Writers of America have announced their yearly All Pro team, and CJ2K is once again the lone Titan earning the accolade.
Floyd Reese was shut-out of the Seattle job, as the Seahawks have hired John Schneider from the Packers. Maybe Floyd just needs to go back to ESPN and do commentary, because he's really struggling to get another GM job.
ESPN Fantasy wonk Eric Karabell forecasts CJ2K as the top fantasy pick in 2010, but worries about an almost guaranteed regression in yards and carries:
Now comes the hard part for Chris Johnson. The Tennessee Titans running back topped the 2,000-yard rushing mark, which I think will make him the top pick in most 2010 fantasy football drafts. But what happens when he can't match his 2009 success? Only five other running backs have ever rushed for 2,000 yards in a season, and none of them ever did it a second time. Congratulations to Johnson, but hey, the pressure is on for a repeat performance. Fantasy footballers are certainly watching. Just ask the fellow who some of us thought would reach the 2,000-yard plateau this season.
Vince Young was picked by ESPN blogger Tim Griffin as the Big 12 star of the decade.
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