That's my view. The guy gets no respect. I wouldn't trade him for anybody expect LT2, Alexander, and, maybe, Larry Johnson (I don't know, though, with how things are going in KC...) Fanball has the total opposite view:
Don't Extend Johnson
Rudi Johnson's owners need to look past Sunday's two touchdowns, and instead look ahead. In addition to injuries to starting linemen center Rich Braham and tackle Levi Jones, Johnson's schedule will be taking a turn for the brutal. The Bengals won't play a soft defense until they see New Orleans in week 11. Here are the defenses Johnson will face between now and then: at Pittsburgh, New England, at Tampa Bay, Carolina, Atlanta, at Baltimore, and finally, San Diego. Do you see an easy matchup here? I don't. For now, Johnson is perceived to be an elite back. I'm worried that he won't be for long. The time to talk trade is now, especially if Braham and Jones are lost for a while.