CJ2K rushes for 139 yards and 2 TDs in first half vs. Bills
Coming into this weekend's games, no team had allowed more rushing yards per game (173.5), per carry (5.8) or rushing touchdowns (nine) than the Bills.
Although he has run the ball better recently, Titans running back Chris Johnson has generally struggled this season. In four of his six games, CJ2K has had 24 rushing yards or less.
Through one half of football, however, Johnson has exploited his favorable matchup against the Bills.
Not only did he score his first touchdown of the season, but he has scored twice in the first half with runs of 16 and 83 yards.
With the 83-yard score, it was his fourth career touchdown of 80 yards or more, which sets an NFL record.
In addition to his two touchdowns, he had another opportunity but was stuffed at the goal line. Ultimately, Jamie Harper got the goal-line score.
Johnson has nine carries for 139 yards, which is only two yards shy of his season-high 141 yards vs. Houston, and two touchdowns.
The two touchdowns ties a career high and his 139 yards is the 11th-best total of his career. His career high is 228 yards against the Jaguars in 2009.