CJ Wants to Be Paid

Titans Training Camp '09His self-titled nickname is the Coaches’ Dream.   But is Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson quickly becoming Jeff Fisher’s worst nightmare?

After all would Tennessee had finished so strongly last season if it wasn’t for the sheer domination by CJ in the backfield?  The burner not only single handedly dominated opposing defenses last year, but the second year back proved to be the most effective offensive player in the league and even set a new milestone for running backs by breaking Marshall Faulk’s yards from scrimmage record with over 2,500.  And after all, how many stars of 8-8 teams are considered for such awards as the league MVP and the Best Offensive Player award?  Chris Johnson won one of the two.