Thursday Nov. 27, 2008
DETROIT (AP) -- Chris Johnson was untouched on a short run to the outside and a long gain up the middle. The two plays were symbolic of the canyon-like gap between the once-beaten Tennessee Titans and the winless Detroit Lions.
Johnson ran for two touchdowns in the first quarter, LenDale White scored twice in the second, and Tennessee coasted to a 47-10 win over Detroit on Thursday.
Johnson finished with 125 yards rushing and White added 106 on the ground as Tennessee met its goal of re-establishing the running game.
The Titans (11-1) bounced back from their first defeat of the season, surging to a 28-3 lead in the opening minute of the second, and have their best 12-game record in franchise history.
(Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
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