By Jake Ciely
Johnson is the one Top 10 WR that nears Harvin’s risk level. As much worry as there has been about Johnson’s health, he did manage to play all 16 games, plus the playoffs, last season and impressed as he always can. Johnson hit a career high for receiving yards with 1,598, and that is saying something when your QB narrowly cracked the 4,000 threshold. Like the Lions, the Texans feature one elite WR and a bunch of guys trying their darnedest to draw defensive attention away. That hasn’t stopped either Johnson yet, and Andre (if healthy in back-to-back seasons) is guaranteed a Top 10 finish.