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Bevchenko
08.09.2010, 02:26 PM
"The goal is 2,500 so I am going to stick to that. I feel like it is very realistic. People didn't think 2,000 was realistic when I set the goal last year and I made a lot of people believers, so I am going to stick to that.'' - Johnson.

Is he being realistic? I for one think it would be a bit too far, but stranger things have happened!

THE_TITAN
08.09.2010, 04:30 PM
Wouldn't be suprised but I seriously doubt it..

gemma_d
08.09.2010, 06:26 PM
All-purpose yards, maybe.

jackster608
08.09.2010, 06:31 PM
For all-purpose yards, this is achievable, but for rushing, I don't think we will ever see anyone get 2.5k unless it was basically AP with CJ's speed and no fumbling.

Bevchenko
13.09.2010, 12:47 PM
GAME1 - 142yrds

2,358 TO GO :D

THE_TITAN
13.09.2010, 03:11 PM
I don't think he will do it but if he carries on the way he did game 1 he might give it a right go.

Snedds
13.09.2010, 03:18 PM
CJ would need to average just over 157 yards per game to get there.

As my as I love the bloke, it ain't happening.

THE_TITAN
14.09.2010, 08:16 PM
CJ would need to average just over 157 yards per game to get there.

As my as I love the bloke, it ain't happening.

But we all know hes gonna have a few game MEGA RUSHING so that should bring the average down. I think his task will take a slight knock at the weekend as we face the Steelers and they have some mean run defence. But he only needs one massive run and hes up there with a chance.

I think he will get around the 1,900 to 2,000 mark this season.

jackster608
14.09.2010, 08:45 PM
The thing with CJ is that he will rush 15 times for about 40 yards, then break off an 80 yard run and that brings up his averages. He has 2 games against the Colts, that without Sanders are notoriously bad at defending the run, although bouncing to the outside with Freeney there should be difficult.