Ranking The 25 Greatest Wide Receivers in NFL History

24. Andre Johnson

Career Stats: 193 games played (187 starts), 1,062 receptions, 14,185 yards, 70 TD

Playoff Stats: 4 games played (4 starts), 25 receptions, 358 yards, 1 TD

The Houston Texans have not enjoyed much success during their first two decades as a franchise. Unfortunately, that means that the talents of Andre Johnson were largely wasted. At 6-foot-3, 230 pounds, Johnson was an absolute force for much of his career. Johnson possessed a rare combo of size and speed — corners often struggle to stay with the receiver when he took off. A two-time All-Pro, Johnson twice led the league in receptions (2006, 2008) and receiving yards (2008-09). It is a shame Johnson never played with an elite quarterback.

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