So far this season, the Miami Dolphins have proven to be a pretty solid run defense, holding opposing teams to an average of 104.2 yards per game which ranks 10th in the league. Tonight, the New York Jets are just exploiting that to the tune of 210 yards before halftime. Before halftime! Surprisingly, much of the damage done on the ground is from Chris Johnson.
That's right. The same Chris Johnson, who many thought was well past his prime. With another half to go, Johnson has 85 rushing yards on 11 carries. And if you think his totals are the result of solid blocking, you're only partially correct because he's also showing some of that CJ2K cutting ability.
Let that man cook.