With one game remaining, Johnson is on the cusp of reaching several historical markers. Among other potential milestones, he needs 63 rushing yards to become the franchise's all-time single-season rushing leader (1,934 by Earl Campbell in 1980), 128 rushing yards to become the sixth player to reach 2,000 in a season, and 75 scrimmage yards to break Marshall Faulk's 1999 NFL record of 2,429 scrimmage yards.
Titans running back Chris Johnson needs...
• 63 rushing yards to break Earl Campbell's single-season franchise rushing record
• 75 scrimmage yards to break Marshall Faulk's NFL's single-season scrimmage yards record
• 100 rushing yards for his 11th consecutive 100-yard game (T-2nd, NFL history)
• 128 rushing yards to become the sixth player in NFL history with 2,000 rushing yards in a season
• 128 rushing yards and 17 receiving yards to become the first player in NFL history with 2,000 rushing yards and 500 receiving yards in a season
• 234 rushing yards to break Eric Dickerson's NFL single-season rushing record