Texans’ Johnson’s historic pace

No receiver is playing better than the Texans’ Andre Johnson, who is starting to get some well-deserved recognition around the country for his incredible performance in his sixth season, writes John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.

Johnson has the chance to make NFL history on two fronts when the Texans visit Minnesota to take on the Vikings on Sunday.

Johnson can become the first receiver to have at least 130 yards in five consecutive games. He shares the record with the Chargers’ Lance Alworth (1968) and the Rams’ Harold Jackson (1971-72).

Johnson also can set a record if he catches at least 10 passes for the fourth consecutive game. He’s tied with the Lions’ Brett Perriman (1995) and the Colts’ Reggie Wayne (2007-08). More

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