One of the biggest questions for every fantasy football owner this year is how much value should be placed on Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson. Will he be closer to the level of play that earned him the moniker "CJ2K," or more like the early 2011 season running back fantasy owners mocked with the moniker "CJ0K"?
Many of those owners are understandably displaying a bit of trepidation in banking on a player who cost their team victories last season. That hesitance could cause Johnson's stock to drop in some draft rooms, leaving him available as late as the end of the first round in a 10-team league.
The truth of the matter is that Johnson is worthy of being drafted at any spot in a draft other than the very first pick (which should be reserved for Aaron Rodgers).