December 12, 2010 by staff
Eric Dickerson, The verdict was for some time on the noble goal to beat Chris Johnson Eric Dickerson, 1984 single-season rushing record [2,105 yards]. This makes no go especially after the Tennessee Titans 17-6 sad loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday in which he tallied 53 yards in 13. We have therefore taken with Eric Dickerson, 50, Monday during a conference call to promote ESPN last 30 to 30 documentaries, Pony Exce $ $, which premiered this weekend to ask him what he thinks on what happens in a season rushing yards in 2000-plus.
Earlier this season, NFL Chris Johnson talked about wanting to break your record. I was wondering what you thought when you heard about this and also what kind of things are going to rush over 2,000 yards in a season in the NFL?
Dickerson: I heard him talking about wanting to beat my record. The only thing to have a season like this is that this is not something you talk about, especially in public. These defenses NFL personnel consider that they actually do. And Take It Personal coaches when you say you are going to rush for 2,000 yards.
Everything must go right, you need to stay healthy, you can not fall behind, and you need to close games. You go down like they did yesterday with 17-zip, suddenly, you have to run the ball. There are so many things to go your way.Matter-to-earth through all my medical records a few months ago through the NFL, I discovered this year in 1984 I practiced full time in September this year. Really, I was not sound a lot, but I was able to play in games. And that’s how it is, that’s life of a NFL running back. There is a lot that goes into trying to stay healthy and try to rush 2,000 meters. One thing is the team to enter
Do you think that Chris Johnson could possibly break this one day?
Dickerson: It is possible it is always possible. We’ll have to go out and do first. I do not want to break him, I will say that (laughs). I think one day that record will be broken. I lived a long life, I hope I’m dead and buried when it happens, but someone will break it someday. Chris Johnson has the physical ability to achieve its goal. It is just in his third NFL season after all. But a series of lucky breaks so Johnson must fall for him to reach over 2000 meters again. Judging by how things are in Tennessee right now, it may be awhile.
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