"Tennessee's offensive line did an outstanding job of blocking the Steelers' front seven and providing an escort for running back Chris Johnson, who rushed for 51 yards on just 14 carries. The Titans couldn't keep the ground attack going because they fell behind, but that doesn't negate the efforts of their line. They used slide protection to get the Steelers' line going one way, and Johnson would then either hit the gap to that side or read the cutback and go opposite. Left guard Leroy Harris(notes) and center Eugene Amano(notes) are dynamic upfield blockers who know how to tag a linebacker and create extra space in the running game. Harris is also very good at pulling right and sealing the edge for Johnson and the Titans' other running backs — he stoned LaMarr Woodley(notes) with one outstanding first-quarter pull-block, and that's no small achievement." What game were you watching?