"Every year coming in, I have a goal, but every time I say what my goal is, everybody thinks I am a selfish player and not a team player," Johnson said Tuesday, according to The Tennessean. "Every year, I want to rush for 2,000 yards, and I feel like if we are doing what is right and we are making plays on Sunday, if I get to that yardage, I feel like we can be a playoff team and hopefully win the Super Bowl."
Johnson busted three touchdown runs of 80 yards or more last season, proof he still has that extra gear that makes him special. He might not get the workload necessary to flirt with 2,000 yards again, but that's actually not a bad thing. Less might be more.