Andre Johnson
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Andre Johnson got behind a blown coverage assignment of Rams CB Janoris Jenkins for an easy 32-yard touchdown on Saturday night. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Johnson's first quarter TD was his only target of the night. He is a safe WR2 alongside T.Y. Hilton in an offense that can sustain two top receiving options. However, Johnson has never been able to have massive TD numbers, so be cautious. He is 34 but is one of the most competitive and hard-working WRs in the game.

Category: Game Recaps


The NY Times | Sep 5th
We've seen what Andrew Luck did for an aging Reggie Wayne. Owners can only hope for some of the same.
Breaking Football | Sep 4th
He's surely regressed but he's still plenty good and has Luck throwing him the ball. He has strong WR2 written all over him.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Sep 4th
Johnson finally has a chance to play with an elite NFL quarterback, I expect Johnson to have a big year, especially in the red zone.
Win My Fantasy League | Sep 3rd
AJ has 100 catch, 10 TD upside with Andrew Luck
Yahoo! Sports | Sep 3rd
Caught 85 passes in one of the worst QB situations in the NFL last season - at 34, he finally is paired with an elite QB that can take advantage of his unique size/skill combo
Fantasy Couch | Sep 2nd
Very risk pick at WR. There are too many sleeper WRs to target Andre early
FFLockerRoom | Sep 2nd
It only took a shade over a decade but Johnson finally has an elite Quarterback. Although he is 34 years old he looked like he still had some left in the tank last season.
WalterFootball | Sep 2nd
I may have a soft spot in my heart for AJ, but I really see him stepping up his game this season with Andrew Luck throwing him the ball and the promise of making the playoffs and working toward a Super Bowl appearance. He won't see as many targets as in the past, but the Colts threw the ball 93 times in the red zone last season (6th most) and should rely even more on the passing game this season.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 31st
If Andre Johnson signs in Indy, that will be a big boost for his value. He's never had a quarterback as good as Andrew Luck. That should breath new life into Johnson.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
If you are in a TD only league it's hard not to see Andre Johnson as a red-zone target. He will be around 1,000 yards, but hoping his upside for TD's is high. Keep in mind Reggie Wayne didn't do great with Luck, but I think Johnson is a different WR and we will see solid performance.