Chris Johnson says we're "very, very, very far away"

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  1. GoT

    GoT Strength and Honor Tip Jar Donor

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    I hate too be that guy but right now is when emotion can actually help the Titans players win in Sept-Jan

    The emotion too train a little harder, a little longer.

    The emotion too NOT go to a gangster hooligan shootem' up party

    The emotion too eat a well balanced meal and get 8 hours sleep cause you have too train tomorrow a little harder than you trained today

    ect....

    :cj: running his mouth instead of setting a positve example aint helping
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  2. cdubbs2121

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    I mean all CJ bias from anyone aside...did he say anything that wasn't true??

    I think a lot of the people on here are F'N delusional about this team and our chances every year. Any team that gets smoked by 50 is " FAr FAR away" that's the hard truth. Locker isn't magically going to become rich Gannon leading an epic passing attack throwing strikes. Lockers not the answer and were going to be mediocre next year. Live with it.

    CJs attitude isn't a problem. Dude wants to be a winner. He's been our Franchise for years now and half the people on here dog him. Whose played better!?!
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  3. cdubbs2121

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    Where are you coming up with any of this? He probably trains like a monster in the offseason and hasn't missed any big games like a lot of the bitches on this sorry ass squad we field.
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  4. dtm586

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    This team is starting to seem to be crumbling from the inside out. CJ is obviously right, granted its no secret he isnt scared to speak his mind. Theres talent sure but its scattered. Almost seems this team and FO has to be totally gutted almost like a remolded / rennovated kitchen.

    Our franchise is an old outdated kitchen full of old appliances and an old ideas. Sure theres a few nice upgraded pieces here and there but for the most part the kitchen is held up by tape. So the few bright spots this kitchen has are becoming disgruntled and disinterested.

    It needs an entire upgrade from scratch yet the "old owner" of this particular kitchen enjoys the old outdated 1980s kitchen full of houston oiler blue walls and crumbling appliances. The owner doesnt want to put in the money, time or energy for the granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. Naw hes content with the medicore look it has now.

    Or something like that.
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  5. GoT

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    the little guy admitted he was not ready too play after his holdout

    but my point is :cj: should be doing what you said instead of being a cartoon character
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  6. Alzarius

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    “I feel like I’m pretty much in football-conditioned shape right now,” Johnson said. “The first couple or three weeks when I got here, I was getting over a lot of soreness and tightness. So toward the end of practice, I wasn’t able to run the gassers and things like that. But today I was able to run them and things like that. Running them and me having my wind and feeling good, I feel like I’m in football shape.”


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  7. Alzarius

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    dtm, its hard to look at what you say and disagree.

    Next year we will all know. (the development, or lack of, of Locker)
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  8. TheSureThing

    TheSureThing WHY DIDNT YOU DRAFT JOHNNY FOOTBALL?!?

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    uhhh how has CJ proven anything of that sort?

    Was it him carrying the team to 13-3 in 2008? Or literally carrying his fallen teammate off the field last season? Or being the best player this franchise has ever seen?

    Oh, I forgot, you're probably one of the fans who got butt hurt when he held out for a new contract because he was making peanuts..
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  9. Finnebosch

    Finnebosch I am vengeance.

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    Johnson was our defense that year?
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  10. Alzarius

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    How has he proven anything of the sort? Because hes not a leader? Hasnt one of the biggest gripes about this team been about having no leaders?

    If you think CJ is a leader, then I actually kind of feel bad for you. A leader helps pick a team up, not kick them while they are down. CJ may be one of, if not the best player this team has ever had.... but that does not make him a leader. Finny was a leader. McNair was a leader. Bull was a leader. Eddie was a leader.


    Oh, and I forgot, youre probably one of those people who forgot that 2008 was about how good the defense was. But hey, if 80 yards per game and 9 touchdowns is all it takes to make you think that CJ was carrying the team to 13-3, then.....

    :makefun:


    Just to refresh your memory though

    http://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/2008/opp.htm





    You are obviously one of the fans who gets butt hurt when someone says anything bad about CJ. Im not trying to hurt your feelings
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