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Up-and-Down Run 'D' Faces Big Challenge

Chris Johnson is the best big-play back in NFL history. After a slow start and despite running behind an offensive line ruined by injuries, he has shown flashes of the 2,000-yard rusher he was in 2009. Speaking of flashes, Green Bay's defense showed flashes of greatness against the Bears.

It took Chris Johnson 94 yards to remind the football world that he's one of the most dangerous running backs in the NFL. Johnson's long touchdown on Monday night against the Jets was the sixth scoring sprint of at least 80 yards in his career. That's the most in NFL history, and twice as many as the next players on the list: Adrian Peterson, Barry Sanders, Hugh Melhenny, O.J. Simpson and former...

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