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Chris Johnson shakes his head a LOT

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by BigSteve09, Nov 9, 2008.

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    lol - changing the channel on his Grill-Pod huh?
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    lol relax i was just asking a question.
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    He's listening to "Blame it on The Rain" and nodding to the beat! ;)
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    I'm re-watching the game now and he does shake his head like every 10 seconds it's hilarious!
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    had anyone watched him on his First and Take interview last week? He shook his head then too but it not as pernounced as when he's on the field. I like it, its like his signature, it fits.
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    His nickname should have been "Predator" instead of Mr. 4.24 or Dash. Shakes his head, just like the Predators in the movies with the dreds.
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    Does CJ have turrets?

    Everytime i see him, he's shaking his head and twitching. Is something wrong with him?
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    yes, old news....lay off the hater-ade
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    Neck Injury in college gave him that "tick"
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    A turret (from Italian: torretta, little tower; Latin: turris, tower) is a small tower that projects vertically from the wall of a building such as a medieval castle. Turrets were used to provide a projecting defensive position allowing covering fire to the adjacent wall in the days of military fortification. As their military use faded, turrets were adopted for decorative purposes, as in the Scottish baronial style.


    Nope...not that I have seen.
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