By Jake Ciely
Was there any doubt? Johnson was the first wide receiver to repeat as fantasy's top WR since Marvin Harrison did it in 2001 and 2002. Megatron broke the NFL single-season receiving yards record but still fell over 40 points short of his 2012 fantasy campaign. That shows just how dominant he is. In fact, Calvin’s 2012 season would rank No. 1 each of the past five years. The lack of TDs is what held Johnson back from blowing everyone away, but that could undervalue him for 2013. Matthew Stafford will bounce back, and that means more TDs and more reason to draft Johnson in the first round again.