On 11 first-down carries, David Johnson's first-down success rate — a measure of how often a player gains at least 40 percent of the yards needed to either move the chains or score in a goal-to-go situation — was just 45.5 percent.
For context, Johnson’s 42.5 percent first-down success rate on the season ranks 18th out of 20 running backs with at least 60 carries. So although Johnson was better against the Jaguars, he still left a lot to be desired.
Johnson had a 29-yard run on the final drive of the game when the contest was already over. Johnson finished with 17 carries for 97 yards but was over thrown on a ball in the end zone that could have been a touchdown.