Chris Johnson racks up huge fantasy points against Bills

Rick Stewart

Chris Johnson racked up 195 yards and two TDs as he ripped up Buffalo's awful defense. We break down the fantasy implications.

Chris Johnson's weird season continues with one of the best games of his career. Against the Buffalo Bills in Week 7, Johnson had 18 carries for 195 yards and two TDs, and added one catch for three yards. He looked like his old self Sunday, ripping off an 83-yard TD run that was vintage "Cop Speed" in the first quarter.

CJ had his second score in the first quarter an helped pace the Titans to a 35-34 win.

Fantasy Impact: Before we start declaring that CJ2K is back, let's remind ourselves that the Bills have one of the worst rushing defenses in the league. Like, we may be looking at historically bad here.

CJ had an incredible game and rewarded fantasy owners who didn't bench/trade/waive him in disgust. There's debate as to whether he can keep it up, but he'll have another nice matchup against the Colts in Week 8.

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