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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by mike75, Apr 29, 2013.

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    If C.J. comes back strong and we have a great year and he is dominating like he used to i really do hope that the front office doesn't do to him what they do to the others who have big contracts in their prime and try to let him go because of his contract.

    I've read and heard rumors that if Greene were to have a good season they might let C.J. go because Greene cost less but that would be stupid because C.J. is our best weapon on offense.

    Sorry but Shonn Greene is not a weapon on offense because the only thing he does is wear defenses down and get the short yardage gains.

    Its simple C.J. has a role and Greene has a role and its perfect for now.

    Lets say C.J. has another 1,000 yard season with a 5.0 average per run and is back to being a threat to take one all the way every time he touches the ball.

    Now why would you go and get rid of your best weapon on offense just to save money???

    For me the fan of this team if C.J. is doing great things and being a threat to break long runs then he is a weapon and you use those on your team to win games.If he does those things you pay him.

    I'd like to hear some opinions on this......
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    Um... who said the team would release Johnson if he has a big season? He'll keep getting his money as long as he's producing.

    And if he doesn't produce, he'll be released.

    Where's the confusion?
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    I'd bet running back is on the shopping list next draft.
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    Nothing wrong with that. Someone has to do the dirty work.
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    If C.J. is making the plays he used to make on a regular basis, he stays.

    If he puts together another iffy year, I hope he goes.

    I know he's still blazing fast, but it rarely shows up in games, I need a constant reminder from him otherwise I get mad.

    But its his own fault I expect so much from him, he literally was once the best player in all of sports in 2008-2009.
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    What is his contract structure like over the next few years?
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    http://www.spotrac.com/nfl/tennessee-titans/chris-johnson/

    Good site for salary info. He'll cost around $10M a year. Basically, he gets cheaper each season as the cap increases.

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