Jack Dempsey, File, Associated Press
Big names, big contracts, small results.
From Titans running back Chris Johnson to Eagles cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha to Broncos linebacker Elvis Dumervil, there are a whole lot of players doing a whole lot of nothing through the first half of the NFL season.
Maybe it's the new deals they signed: Johnson ($53.5 million), Asomugha ($60 million) and Dumervil ($58 million in 2010). Or, in the case of the Browns' Peyton Hillis, maybe it's the failure to reach a new deal.
As Week 9 is set to rev up, here's our Pick Six of NFL underachievers, and a look at some miserable performances. Perhaps they can begin to turn things around Sunday.
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