Johnson missed two games last season because of his knee ailment. He finished with 1,492 yards receiving and 12 touchdowns, earning a spot on The Associated Press NFL All-Pro team for a third straight year. Johnson pulled out of the Pro Bowl because of his injuries and was replaced by Chicago's Alshon Jeffery.
Despite missing two games this season, Johnson finished with 84 receptions, 1,492 yards and 12 touchdowns. Not too bad.
Johnson was listed as questionable for Sunday's game because of an injured right knee.
He's averaged 131.7 yards and scored three TDs in the last three games.
Johnson has reached at least 115 receiving yards six times in 10 games this season.
Johnson has proven nearly unstoppable of late, recording a ridiculous 746 yards and seven scores in his last four games. While he'll square off against Darrelle Revis in Week 12, Johnson is pretty much matchup-proof at this point.
Johnson has recorded five of his nine TDs in the last four games.
Johnson is among the league leaders in all major receiving categories, including his NFL-best 821 yards.
Johnson has caught a TD pass in four of his last five games.
The man they call "Megatron" had three catches for 25 yards but was slower than normal coming off the line and didn't cut with his usual precision and power. Still, his presence put the Browns' defense on edge and enabled Detroit's other receivers to get open.
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