Chris Johnson of the Tennessee Titans sits on the bench during their game against the San Francisco 49ers (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
Chris Johnson was starting to show signs of life recently after his horrible start to the 2012 season, which followed a 2011 campaign.
On Sunday, Johnson and the Titans went up against the league's worst run defense in the Buffalo Bills, and it seemed like Johnson might have his best game yet. That couldn't have been more true.
Johnson had 195 yards on just 18 carries with two long touchdown runs that showcased the speed and explosiveness we grew accustomed to seeing from Johnson when he was putting up 2,000-yard seasons.
As for disappointments for the week, Detroit Lions WR Calvin Johnson continues to have an off-year, much like the entire Lions offense that all seems to be rooted from Matthew Stafford's struggles at quarterback. On Monday night, Johnson had just 34 yards on three catches. That's not what people were expecting when they drafted Johnson with a high draft pick.
There's also Darren McFadden, who was going up against one of the worst defenses in football but managed just 53 yards against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Thanks a lot, guys.