NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Chris Johnson is often asked how many yards he thinks he can rush for any season, and the player nicknamed CJ2K always responds with the same answer: 2,000.
But Johnson says he is rarely asked about his team goals and gets tabbed as a selfish player for mentioning his personal goal.
Still, he believes he can run for 2,000 yards again and help the Titans make the playoffs. His ultimate goal is helping Tennessee win a Super Bowl.
The Titans also want him to have a big year and feel if he does the team will return to the postseason. The running back entering his sixth NFL season says it feels like he's never been to the playoffs; the Titans' last trip was his rookie season.

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