Running back Chris Johnson has 354 yards through four games, well off the pace he needs to reach his season goal of 2,500, but he said the run game would improve.
"One time the offensive linemen miss a block or one time (I) might miss a read or not be in the right place, so it is the whole offense,'' Johnson said.
"It's a long season, and we know we're going to get better. That is the wrong thing to do, to start pointing fingers — you start separating the locker room.''
Asked whether he's running as decisively as he did last season, when his 2,006 yards led the league, Johnson replied: "I'm running the same.''