Lest anyone suspect Tennessee head coach Jeff Fisher was merely attempting to assist Chris Johnson’s fantasy owners last night, Titan Insider’s Terry McCormick provides a more rational explanation.

With Jacksonville Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio calling timeouts after the two-minute warning down by 20 points, the Tennessee Titans decided to keep running the ball rather than take a knee.

The end result piled on seven more points for the Titans and gave Chris Johnson his eighth consecutive 100-yard road rushing game.

On fourth-and-5 after Del Rio burned a second timeout, the Titans send Johnson off tackle and he broke free, going 35 yards for another touchdown and the final 30-3 margin.

When it was over, Fisher joked a bit about the situation.

œJack used his timeouts, Fisher said. œMy understanding is they needed network timeouts, and that’s why Jack used his timeouts. They came over and asked me to do it, but I said, ‘I was hoping to get a first down and kneel on it.’

œAt the end of the game like that, you don’t kick a long field goal, you don’t, you hand it off.

Count me amongst those who are less than outraged over what this means to the integrity of the game — the real question is whether or nor David Robertson was assigned mop up duty in the Bronx Monday night by Joe Girardi or TBS hoping to drag shit out.