Titans select East Carolina RB Chris Johnson in 1st Round

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Frank Wycheck was right after all.
About a month or so ago, on the NFL Network series Path to the Draft, former Titan Frank Wycheck weighed in with his thoughts, suggesting that the Titans should go with a speedy back such as East Carolina RB Chris Johnson, who is capable of helping out in the running game as well as on special teams.
With the 24th pick of the 2008 NFL Draft, the Titans defied conventional wisdom, eschewing their choice of top wide receivers to select Johnson in the first round.

Johnson is a back blessed with a ton of speed, as evidenced by his blazing 4.24 performance in the forty-yard dash at the NFL Combine in February.
Johnson should provide the element of playmaking to a Titan offense that is in need of some players who are capable of going the distance. In addition to being a force in the running game and on special teams, Johnson’s speed will most likely be utilized by Dinger in the passing game as well.
Personally, I was in favor of grabbing a WR in the first round and as the draft ensued, the Titans had their choice of the likes of Devin Thomas, Limas Sweed or Desean Jackson if they were to decide to go the WR route.
However, as the case with every Titan draft since 1998, Tennessee once again declined the option of selecting a first round wide receiver.
This will also mark the third consecutive draft where a high pick was devoted towards the running back position in as many years. The selection of Johnson doesn’t say a whole lot about the Titans’ confidence in last year’s second round pick, Chris Henry.
Anyway, welcome to Nashville, Chris Johnson and hopefully, you have a lot of touchdowns in your future as the newest member of the Tennessee Titans.

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61 Responses to “Titans select East Carolina RB Chris Johnson in 1st Round”

  1. Dan Says:

    After steeping away from the ledge, I realized either our head coach (fisher) or MR has no idea what they are doing regarding drafting people. One or both should be fired for this horrendous pick!!!!!!!!!!!! I would have taken a corner, DE, or DT but we pick a RB, come on!!!!!!!!!

  2. Garland Says:

    It will be interesting to hear the justification for this pick. On one hand, they had their pick of WRs which is unheard of this far down in the draft. But on the other hand, no one else valued any of these WRs enough to take one, so that says there are a lot of 2nd-round-quality WRs, and the Titans should still have a good shot at one of the top 5 or 10 WRs with their second pick (or trade up to get one of the top 3). It will be interesting to see if they go WR in round 2 or see a speedy back as the answer to the offensive woes.

  3. Tom Gower Says:

    Ok, I’ve stopped cursing, or at least half the words I’m uttering aren’t expletives.
    I may have a post on this later, but this is the latest in a line of picks I’ve considered terrible by the Titans. Either they’re really bad at evaluating or I am, and I’m really starting to think it’s not me.

  4. Garland Says:

    Tom, do you mean Chris Johnson is bad, the players they passed up are better, or the position was the wrong one to pick? And thanks for withholding your expletives.

  5. Drexel Perry Says:

    Reinfeldt has been preaching speed since the beginning of the draft period, and speed is one thing that Chris Johnson has alot of.
    However, I am a bit surprised they decided to address the need at RB this high in the draft, especially considering the draft worked out perfectly for them if they had any aspiration of drafting a WR in the first round.
    As Garland said, you would think that the team would be looking at the possibility of getting one of the top 5 or so WR’s in the second round.
    However, considering the unpredictable nature of this front office, I am not going to place any wagers on that actually taking place.

  6. David H. Says:

    This is a complete shock!!! Never in my 26 years on this earth, have I seen anything like this. We had our choice of any player out there from Jackson, Sweed, Balmer even a guy like Kenny Phillips would fit well in Tennessee’s defense. Through all of that we take a RB in the first round?!? I have nothing more to say. I pray DeSean or Limus fall to us in the Second because this is utterly the most ridiculus thing I have ever seen, period!!!
    Oh and one more thing… Lendale is going to have to show up in camp with the physique of Eddie George to keep his starting job now. That kinda pick sends a serious statement.

  7. Tom Gower Says:

    Garland: all of the above. I was ecstatic when Jenkins, Merling, and Balmer all fell to them, and would have been happy with any of those guys. The dropoff at DT, in particular, is much steeper between 24 and 2nd, 3rd, or 4th round, than the RB dropoff. Also, later round CBs almost all suck, while 1st round CBs are hit and miss.
    I don’t know what Johnson gives you that Henry doesn’t. Speed guy, doesn’t run well between the tackles, and a third RB that doesn’t like contact. Plus, you can find decent RBs in the later rounds, and the Titans have now spent a 1st or 2nd round pick on an RB 3 straight years. That’s criminally awful team management.

  8. David H. Says:

    On second though… This guy dose have “world class speed” (4.24) like Jeff Fisher said. Maybe it won’t be so bad. Speed always kills and this guy is a homerun hitter and is probably going to be used in a variety of ways. So am I happy with the pick, no. Hell no!!! but… I can live with it. Its a pitty Norm Chow is gone as offensive coordinator, cause this is shaping to look a lot like USC’s offense with Lendale and Reggie Bush.

  9. kevin b Says:

    very fast , insatant impact ,I think this will push both running backs and make us more dangerous on offense, we will get our wide out in the second round …., good pick ..

  10. Dan Says:

    wow, limas sweed got taken 1 place in front of us, could this day really get any worse. well see in about 5 min.

  11. Drexel Perry Says:

    Yep, Jackson goes to Philly and Sweed goes to Pitt.
    Let’s see what the Titans do at 54.

  12. David H. Says:

    Jason Jones?!? Who is this guy?!?

  13. Dave Says:

    Anybody else feeling suicidal yet?

  14. Drexel Perry Says:

    Jones is the guy I chose in the second round of my mock draft I posted a few weeks ago.
    http://mvn.com/nfl-titans/2008/04/10/drexel%E2%80%99s-tennessee-titan-seven-round-mock-draft/
    Of course, I like this pick. The Johnson pick, on the other hand, not so much.

  15. David H. Says:

    The Jags Defense is going to be sick this year with Harvey and Groves.

  16. jrtitans Says:

    Sorry,
    I lIke this pick–RBs are going off the board–I think they should have traded up and got sweed but they didnt and got that defensive guy everybody here agreed upon.
    Maybe they will get doucett and big daddy Okem .
    Why are u guys mad?
    This is great day for the titans! Im happy.

  17. jrtitans Says:

    Ou big day is tomorrow–a 3rd round– and 3 4th rounds–dont lose faith– we will prevail!

  18. David H. Says:

    I didn’t agree on Jones!!! I like Quentin Groves from Auburn. The Jags traded up to get him. You wanna know why, he is more of a pure pass rusher and whats even more deadly about his game JRTitans, is that he has the quickness to play linebacker at the next level. Sort of a hybrid style player.

  19. Dave Says:

    So put of the playing in the highway til tomorrow night, huh?

  20. Dave Says:

    put off….sorry, damn picks have me disgruntled

  21. nicccccck Says:

    The titans are absouletly horrible who the hell makes there picks anyways there draft so far is by far the worst in the league

  22. PAUL Says:

    I COULD LIVE WITH OUR 1ST ROUND PICK IF WE COULD HAVE TRADED UP A COUPLE SPOTS AND GOTTEN SWEED…SEEMS LIKE WE GO FOR QUANITY AND NOT QUALITY….TOMORROW IS ANOTHER DAY

  23. David H. Says:

    Im just watching everybody else in the league make themselves better. Jacksonvilles D-Line is going to be crazy. So this kid Johnson better be fast, cause two top Defensive end prospects in Harvey and Groves are going to be hunting him down. Look at what the Washington Redskins did in the second round… Devin Thomas, Fred Davis and Malcolm Kelly. Jim Zorn and our former guy Sherman Smith at their best for their quarterback.

  24. piratespeed Says:

    Chris Johnson will be a huge pick for the Titans. Sure, Sweed and VYoung are buddies but CJ can be a game breaker and the Titans are boring without a VYoung play. Relax, Titans, ECU people have seen this guy for 4 years and he will be the man. Check out Youtube for videos. He is speed and much more. You will regret your fears, landlubbers!

  25. Brad Says:

    IF REINFELDT DOESN’T HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY TOMMOROW HE NEEDS TO BE FIRED!!!!!!!!!!! NO EXCUSES WE NEED A FREAKING WR!!! HE IS A FLAT OUT RETARD!!!! BUT IS ANYBODY SURPRISED THAT DONNIE AVERY WAS THE FIRST WR TAKEN?

  26. kevin G Says:

    seriously, go look at this guy on youtube, I just did and things I noticed:
    1) he outruns entire defenses, and from what i could see his offenceive line was very suspect.
    2) he can strait us leap over defenders
    I looked at this and seriously went WOW, this kid seems born for the play action game, and he also had something like 40 catches out of the backfield last year. I cannot wait to see what this kid can do.
    I agree with not taking a wideout in round one but we should have traded up into round 2 and gotten one of the fallers. I am actually simi happy with this draft.

  27. Youallwilleatyourwords Says:

    Listen, to every Titan fan that views this and feels the need to flip out. You have NO idea what the titans have acquired in Chris Johnson. Please realize that maybe just maybe the titan’s staff has seen what all of North Carolina has for the last few years. There are many many reasons why this was and will prove to be the best pick of the entire draft.
    First, and in my opinion a very importantly reason. Is after the pacman situation you do not want some one else being sent to jail, or giving an negative image to the Titans. CJ is one of the most down to earth people, he loves football and would never do anything to jeopardize his team.
    Second, Main complaint is “WHY NO WR??” Have any of you guys actually LOOKED at the Wides in this draft? They are junk and even smaller/SLOWER then CJ. Also do you guys realize that CJ ACTUALLY played WR for a long time?
    Third, CJ can cover ground at a speed that seems even faster then 4.2 speed. Even if he is not the Titan’s 1st down RB, he WILL be a devastating at Punt returns, kick offs, and the all important option play. CJ will fit in to the Titan’s offense and give it the quickness and dynamics that are NEEDED for a great team. By the time the season rolls around CJ will be close to 215 pounds after having worked with NFL trainers.
    Please have a little faith in the Titans staff, if you are a true fan then you will at least wait an year to curse this pick ;) and i’m pretty sure the only thing you will be actually doing is being swept up in the pure ability and skill’s of CJ that will soon be shown to you.

  28. Mr. Rhodes Says:

    Y’allwilleatyourwords. Amen

  29. piratespeed Says:

    Appreciate the other shout outs on CJ. He will be a great pick. Heimerdinger knows what he can do and that is why they went with him. Big plays are coming.

  30. CJ will blow up Says:

    Props to eatyourwords. Obviously a lot of Titans fans haven’t actually looked at this man’s ability at receiving the football. This guy is a faster Reggie Bush (granted, maybe not as shifty), but most argue he has better hands and arm extension when catching the ball. Can’t wait to see the screens, draws, flips, slants, fly routes, and returns this guy will get.

  31. David R. Says:

    Man I started reading this blog and almost wanted to start doubting Titans fans. Thank God some of you came to your senses and realized what was going on. I’m 100% behind these two picks and can’t wait for the magic to continue tomorrow. CJ gives the Titans the option they needed and will allow Lendale to be an even better player. The young recievers we picked over the last two years will come around and I urge you to be confident in the strong gradual improvement they have made over the last 3 years.

  32. Drexel Perry Says:

    Good comments from all of you.
    Let’s see how the Titans fare on Day 2 of the draft.

  33. tahoetitan Says:

    These picks are great and you must understand why the the titans picked CJ in the first. The titans have been saying this whole time that they needed to add speed to stretch the field. CJ wasn’t drafted to be an everyday back, he was drafted to be a playmaker and fill several different positions. CJ will be huge in the titans return game, will be the titans 3rd down back, and will be put out wide in the slot. CJ will open up a lot of space for our offense and make our current RB’s, TE’s, & WR’s much better. Youtube this guy and you will see what he can do. He flat out runs away from people and is not afraid to lower his head through people. The titans will use him like the Saints use Reggie Bush but the only difference is the fact that CJ is faster. There are still very good WR’s on the board and trust that the professionals know more than we do. TN is a great place but too many people only see the Negative. GO TITANS!

  34. CJ will blow up Says:

    While I still support the first 2 picks (although we definately should have made a move up in the 2nd for the falling wr group), what the hell are we thinking with this TE Craig Stevens. We already have 4 TEs, 2 of which we picked up this offseason (Crumpler for his receiving and Dwayne Blakley for his blocking), and don’t forget Scaife’s receiving ability. So what do we do, go and draft another blocking tightend. Yes, it will solidify our outside edge for more CJ sprints to the endzone, but at some point we need to make a move for a guy that can run a route down the field. Maybe, Mario Manningham or Lavelle Hawkins. Please TItans

  35. CJ will blow up Says:

    Found this pre-draft article on our new Titan monster William “Big Play” Hayes:
    So often in today’s world of the NFL Draft, we focus so much on the who and what that we know when it comes to prospects. Things like height, weight, and 40 yard dash time sometimes take the place of the person in the eyes of talent evaluators like others and myself. In this wild dash to get the workout warrior or the guy who played at the powerhouse university with the household name for a head coach, we can lose sight of players from smaller universities with big hearts and big game. Some could argue that this is what has led to NFL GMs passing up guys like Jerry Rice. Granted not everyone that we don’t know about today will project to be great NFL players, but some do have a very good chance. I recently had an opportunity to speak with one such “Small School” player. Remember the name I am about to give you: William “Big Play” Hayes.
    Hayes is a bit of a hybrid at the DE/SAM LB position out of little known Winston-Salem State University. Don’t let the Small School label fool you though. Hayes is a big man with big game who doesn’t mind carrying the stigma around with him. “It definitely puts a chip on your shoulders” Hayes said of coming from a smaller school. I asked him if he thought that it helped or hurt him to have that sort of label. Hayes was resolute in responding, “It can help you though because it creates a sense of urgency about your workouts. You know that you have to work that much harder to get people’s respect.” Hayes added that “a lot of times, scouts are really focused on strength of schedule and who you played. To me though, that doesn’t really matter because some of the best NFL players have come from smaller schools and obviously succeeded. I don’t worry about it. I just go out and work hard. I mean, if I had gone to Virginia Tech or Miami or something like that, people would be talking about me as a second round pick right now. One thing I can bring is a good pass rush right out of the gate. And I understand the position. When a team lines up I know at least what they like to do out of that formation. That comes from listening to coaches and breaking down films.”
    Part of what some NFL GMs don’t like about what they call “hybrids” is that sometimes, they don’t have a real position. I asked Hayes where he would most like to play and being the hardnosed competitor that he is, his answer did not surprise me. “I definitely want to play defensive end. I have been playing it longer and I am more comfortable there.” It takes a true warrior of the gridiron to prefer standing in against 300lb men and going nose to nose with them instead of standing up as a linebacker and sometimes being able to avoid them. Do not misunderstand though; Hayes knows that he may have to do some standing up. “I have heard that a lot of teams want to make me a SAM (strong side linebacker) in the 3-4 defense. That would be fine too because I am quick and being a down linemen or a standup rusher in the 3-4 are sort of the same position.” Hayes certainly has the size and quickness to excel at both positions. He weighs in at 272 pounds on his 6 foot 2 inch frame. Oh, and as for his 40 time? 4.6. That is the same time that Ohio State standout and potentially top 5 pick Vernon Gholston ran at the combine. That size and speed would come in handy if he ever gets a chance to play the position he told me he would play if he wasn’t on defense. “Tight end” Hayes said with a laugh. I asked him “so you have good hands then?” the laugh disappeared and with 100% seriousness he responded, “I have great hands, sir. Great hands”

  36. CJ will blow up Says:

    Found this pre-draft article on our new TItan Hayes:
    Hayes is a bit of a hybrid at the DE/SAM LB position out of little known Winston-Salem State University. Don’t let the Small School label fool you though. Hayes is a big man with big game who doesn’t mind carrying the stigma around with him. “It definitely puts a chip on your shoulders” Hayes said of coming from a smaller school. I asked him if he thought that it helped or hurt him to have that sort of label. Hayes was resolute in responding, “It can help you though because it creates a sense of urgency about your workouts. You know that you have to work that much harder to get people’s respect.” Hayes added that “a lot of times, scouts are really focused on strength of schedule and who you played. To me though, that doesn’t really matter because some of the best NFL players have come from smaller schools and obviously succeeded. I don’t worry about it. I just go out and work hard. I mean, if I had gone to Virginia Tech or Miami or something like that, people would be talking about me as a second round pick right now. One thing I can bring is a good pass rush right out of the gate. And I understand the position. When a team lines up I know at least what they like to do out of that formation. That comes from listening to coaches and breaking down films.”
    Part of what some NFL GMs don’t like about what they call “hybrids” is that sometimes, they don’t have a real position. I asked Hayes where he would most like to play and being the hardnosed competitor that he is, his answer did not surprise me. “I definitely want to play defensive end. I have been playing it longer and I am more comfortable there.” It takes a true warrior of the gridiron to prefer standing in against 300lb men and going nose to nose with them instead of standing up as a linebacker and sometimes being able to avoid them. Do not misunderstand though; Hayes knows that he may have to do some standing up. “I have heard that a lot of teams want to make me a SAM (strong side linebacker) in the 3-4 defense. That would be fine too because I am quick and being a down linemen or a standup rusher in the 3-4 are sort of the same position.” Hayes certainly has the size and quickness to excel at both positions. He weighs in at 272 pounds on his 6 foot 2 inch frame. Oh, and as for his 40 time? 4.6. That is the same time that Ohio State standout and potentially top 5 pick Vernon Gholston ran at the combine. That size and speed would come in handy if he ever gets a chance to play the position he told me he would play if he wasn’t on defense. “Tight end” Hayes said with a laugh. I asked him “so you have good hands then?” the laugh disappeared and with 100% seriousness he responded, “I have great hands, sir. Great hands”

  37. Ben Says:

    OK I am not taking anything away from our first 2 picks. Both are very good players but I would have personally taken Balmer with our first pick then since Sweed fell so far I would have traded to get Sweed early in the 2nd. He fell so far that I think it should have been a no brainer to trade up to get him to insure that we would have gotten him. I like Johnson with our first pick but I actually like Chris Henry!!!! Yes I said it. He has a combo of SPEED and STRENGTH!!!! How many RBs have both of those qualitys at the same time. For whatever reason though the Titans see more in Johnson and Jones that I do. We will have to wait and find out if they were the best picks for us in the do I guess.

  38. titanpride Says:

    listen, do u want a slowass lendale white, who runs a 4.73, or do you want a sure ta be playmaker, who ran the fastest clocked time in the nfl combine ever….4.24 i think ill take the fastest guy to ever come out of the combine

  39. Ben Says:

    Did you see that I didn’t talk about White? I was talking about Chris Henry who ran a 4.3 in last years combine. Henry is FAST and has a good amount of STRENGTH for a RB. Im not saying that Johnson is not a good player because he is (repeating what I said before) but I did not feel the need to draft him at that spot and it would have ben possible to get him in the 2nd round anyway if we wanted to trade for another 2nd round pick.

  40. piratespeed Says:

    Ben, Chris Henry has had his chances. He is not dominant nor a gamebreaker. CJ will return a ko for a td and that will only be the beginning.

  41. Ben Says:

    I didnt mention White at all in my post. I talked about Henry in my post. Henry I believe should be the starter and now that Johnson is in he wont be. Henry has a good amount of speed (4.3 in combine last year) and has a lot of strength. I may be the only guy who actually likes Henry. He is a good player in my opinion and we should have utilized him more. And as much as you may not like White…. didnt he run for over 1,000 yards for us? He doesnt have the speed but he pounds out the yards and gets the job done! To finish off the post I will say again that I think Henry should have been the starter. Its to bad that they are pretty much giving up on him.

  42. Ben Says:

    I didnt mention White once in my previous post. I talked about Henry. Henry has a combination of speed and strength. Didn’t he run a 4.3 in the combine last year? I believe so. Therefore he is FAST! Again I never said that Johnson is a bad pick because he is a good player but I would not have drafted him personally. Henry should have been our starter last year in my opinion and had we not picked a RB in the 1st or 2nd rounds he should be our starter this year. But we will just have to see how Johnson pans out. Hopefully he does turn out good.

  43. Ben Says:

    Did I mention White at all? He at least got us 1,000 yards last season didnt he. Chris Henry ran a 4.3 in last years combine didnt he? Henry has a lot of strength as well. Johnson is not a bad player and I know what you are saying about White being slow but I thought Henry should have starter from the get go in Tennessee. To bad they are pretty much giving up on him. But lets just hope that Johnson pans out to be a BEAST.

  44. titanpride Says:

    does anybody know if chris johnson is going to start over lendale this season??

  45. Drexel Perry Says:

    titanpride,
    I would imagine that LenDale will still be the primary back: he’s a bigger guy (understatement) and is more of the grind it out type that Fisher loves as his everydown back.
    What Johnson brings to the table is versatility, and I expect Dinger to utilize Chris in a variety of different ways.
    Chris will probably be a jack of all trades, filling the role of the third down back, maybe being slotted outside as a receiver in some formations, and a punt returner on special teams.

  46. titanpride Says:

    thanks drexel perry, i just thought since he had the fastest clocked 40-time…ever…. in the combine, that they would utilize him more than just a 3rd down back.

  47. cld12pk2go Says:

    Chen ran a 4.40 last year, just to clarify.
    Chen also had a couple of runs last year where he looked like he was shot out of a cannon hitting the corner for a TD.
    Think about what a 4.24 will look like in a similar setting.
    I like the pick. I like the pic a lot.
    This guy is a weapon, and I cannot wait to watch him with the ball in space!

  48. Ben Says:

    rumor has it Tennessee signed Jason Rivers WR Hawaii

  49. titanpride Says:

    isn’t jason rivers #7?

  50. Drexel Perry Says:

    Yep…The Titans signed Rivers.
    http://www.honoluluadvertiser.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080427/BREAKING02/80427053/-1/SPORTSFRONT

  51. stemmer Says:

    Last year everything was all new for GM Mike Reinfeldt. In just over a year Reinfeldt has shit the bed in two drafts and let a tonne of talented players go because he was ill equiped to handle the free agent situation. Now all us Titans fans will have to take a few steps back because stupid boy Reinfeldt couldn’t pick the winner of a one horse race…

  52. Pirate man Says:

    Titans calm down, CJ and I attend the same Barbershop in Greenville. You are getting a pro bowl caliber all purpose. Just think a cross between Reggie Bush and Brian Westbrook but with better hands and faster. He is going to get you double digits TDs and at least 1800 all purpose or 2000 if your defense don’t play as well as they did. Also, I went to school with Alge up until he moved in Highschool. Titan fans you won the offseason you got at least 2 great players but better men

  53. jtjness Says:

    TITANS DID GOOD BY A WAY OF A NOCK OUT.
    YOU ALL WILL SEE PAC- MAN GONE NO MORE DISTRACTIONS MORE SPEED ON OFFENSE AND DEFENSE GREAT JOB TITANS STAFF.NOW LET’S PLAY SOME FOOTBALL THE TITANS WAY SMASH MOUTH.GO VINCE YOU GOT WEAPONS, WEAPONS ,AND WEAPONS.

  54. CJ will blow up Says:

    I still would like to trade some picks and backups (maybe chris henry to put this whole debate to rest) for a #1 receiver, like boldin or chad johnson. I know it’s not in the Titans nature to gamble, especially on a receiver, but with a true #1 wr we could be one of the best offenses in league. We definately should have traded up for Sweed, his upside is huge and I think he’s gonna pan out.

  55. Nottey Says:

    i swear half the people posting….do you even watch football. people on here posting about how we need a WR and we made bad decisions. these WR are sorry anyways and everyone else passed on them too. titans “fans” bashing titans official for not picking up desean jackson…..lavalle hawkins beat him in every stat, he is small and not as fast. brandon jones was out half the year and roydel really caught on. it takes a couple of years for WR to catch on in the nfl. i think this year is a break out year for both of them. i mean jones is 6’6 and fast. and are new LB stanford kelgar ran a faster 40 time than mario mannignham. Our new TE is the best blocking TE in the draft. and who in here really thinks that we need a big speed receiver so we can see vy throw a 60 yard bomb…..its not going to happen ( he is not a deep threat QB). crumpler and our new TE improve out blocking and short game while CJ blazes in the flats. i mean that titans are NOT a passing team. you would be even more pissed if we had devin thomas and didnt use him because that is not our style of football. everyone bashing CJ will be the first ones to buy his jersey when he lights it up. so if you a QB throwing long passes to “elite” receivers go be a fan of another team and quit wasting everyones time here.

  56. CJ will blow up Says:

    holla Nottey, at least someone understands our style of football. CJ will take the easy screens and dumpoffs for huge gains. Why risk Vince throwing 45 yard post-corner routes, it’s not his game.

  57. titanpride Says:

    cj and nottey, are right, vince young throwing those deep corner routes or or a 35-yard throw isn’t his game at all, and mark my words, by at least next year cj will start at runningback :)

  58. CJ will blow up Says:

    Titans scouts claim CJ can gain at least 10-12 lbs without it affecting his step, so maybe he can become the every down back. Sometimes it seems like Lendale really isn’t trying when he runs, so maybe having this speedster around will light a fire under his huge ass.

  59. Hey lames Says:

    This kid is a beast. Dan obviously this guy proved you completely wrong, so never open your mouth again. Don’t hate the player hate the game.

  60. Drexel Perry Says:

    CJ’s been better than advertised. A great pick by the Titans’ front office.

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