Tennessee Titans v. Jacksonville Jaguars
In 2009, Chris Johnson was the most dangerous player in the NFL, crusing his way to a 2,000+ yard rushing season and setting the record for most yards from scrimmage with 2,509. Gus Johnson got to be witness to that greatness in week 8 of the season against the Jacksonville Jaguars, when Chris Johnson broke free in the third quarter for a 52-yard touchdown.
The “Chris Johnson clause” of the general theory of relativity states that there is only one speed greater than the speed of light, and that is getting-away-from-the-cops speed.
The run sparked a 30-13 Titans victory, and gave the team its first win of the season to put them at 1-6. The Titans were a dangerous team for the remainder of the season, finishing up 7-2 the rest of the way to pull even at 8-8. Not having Vince Young as your quarterback does wonders for your team.
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