Johnson is averaging 3.8 yards per carry this season, and he’s posted that exact total over the past two contests. With that in mind, he’s seen 17 carries or more in three straight contests, and is producing on volume at this point if not on big plays.
Johnson has also mixed in a steady dose of receptions. He’s not the flashy CJ2K many remember, but with five touchdowns in five weeks, Johnson is a solid RB2 option in Week 14 at Denver, so long as Tennessee can stay close enough to run throughout the contest.
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