Even though the Tennessee Titans have yet to sign first-round draft pick Chance Warmack, it does not seem to phase Chris Johnson.
Once again, the Titans running back says he wants to rush for 2,000 yards next season. After all, the Titans did add some players that may help the cause, like left guard Andy Levitre and running back Shonn Greene.
The goal of 2,000 yards, Johnson says, is not merely a personal goal, but something his team should want to accomplish.
"If I can rush for two thousand yards, I feel like if we're doing what's right and we're making plays on Sunday, if I get those yards I feel like we can be a playoff team and play for a Super Bowl," said Chris Johnson, Titans running back. "I can see in the past two years, we went from a running team to basically a passing team. You see the guys out there running, you can tell we're going back to a run first offense. I feel like it's realistic, but that's not the main thing I'm focusing on right now."