Chiefs’ Johnson says he ‘vents’ frustrations by running hardKansas CityOne key aspect of RB Larry Johnson’s dominance down the stretch has been the improved patience he has shown in setting up blocks. Johnson told PFW last week that the increased playing time has had a lot to do with it because it gets him in a rhythm as a runner. “As I’ve played more and more and run each play, I can see who’s going to be where, I know what the linebackers are going to do, I know what the defensive backs are going to do, I know how the defensive linemen are going to play,” Johnson said. “And after a while, it comes natural. And that’s all during the course of the game, with me getting warmed up.” Johnson also admitted that the frustrations he endured while sitting on the bench for much of his first two-and-a-half years in the league, as well as what he viewed as unfair criticism by the media, have made running with an attitude easy. “Anybody can run, but if you put enough emotion behind it, it can alter the way you run, the way you break tackles and stuff like that,” Johnson told PFW. “With my situation since I’ve been here — I mean, it hasn’t been an easy one, so it’s time for me to vent. And the best way to (vent) is to put the ball in my hands and just get with it.” Past Kansas City WWHI >What happens if he calms down and stops playing w/a chip on his shoulder,does he become an average rb ?