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TSN.ca NFL Preview: Not a lot to be excited about with Titans

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TSN.ca Staff
8/29/2013 3:09:25 PM
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Since Chris Johnson's ‘CJ2K' season of 2009, when the speedy running back joined the exclusive 2,000 yards rushing club, he's struggled to regain that historic form.

There is some potential on offence but overall the roster doesn't have enough talent to get excited about in 2013.

Maybe QB Jake Locker makes the leap in his third year in the league, but Tennessee's fortunes are still tied more closely to Johnson at running back, who will need to return to CJ2K for the Titans to have any chance at the playoffs this season.

Go to TSN.ca/NFL to read more on the Tennessee Titans and for full previews of all 32 NFL teams.

Chris Johnson (Photo: The Canadian Press)

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