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Week 17 Outlook
Saints WR Juwan Johnson caught his lone target for a four-yard gain in Sunday's Week 17 win over the Panthers.
Johnson will likely enter the postseason in a similar role in the offense. If he was not involved on Sunday with all of the pass-catchers sidelined, he probably won't be anytime soon.
Saints WR Juwan Johnson caught his lone target for 19 yards in Friday's Week 16 win over the Vikings
Johnson went for 19 yards on his lone target. It looks like that even though both Tre'Quan Smith and Michael Thomas are sidelined, the tight ends and running backs will be Drew Brees' top pass-catching options.
Saints WR Juwan Johnson failed to corral any of his four targets in Sunday's Week 15 loss to the Chiefs.
While he saw significant playing time with Michael Thoads on IR and Tre'Quan Smith exiting the game early, Johnson could not catch any of his four targets. If Smith can't play in Week 16, Johnson may be in play against the Vikings but as a low-end touchdown needy option at best.