Andre Johnson could have standout fantasy performance on Monday night

Bob Levey

Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson could really shine and put up big numbers if Monday Night Football turns into a shootout. We break down the fantasy implications.

Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson could have a huge game if the Texans' Monday night matchup with the New England Patriots turns into a shootout. Johnson has 517 yards receiving over the last three weeks, thanks mostly in part to two big games in high-scoring contests against the Jaguars and Lions.

Johnson has only reached the end zone three times this season, but was a top 10 receiver in yards and receptions coming into the week.

Fantasy Impact: The Patriots give up a good amount of points to receivers and many believe this game could become an offensive showdown. Johnson's fantasy owners certainly hope this is the case.

Johnson hasn't been a stud every week, but if you are relying on him to win your fantasy matchup on Monday night, there is a good chance that he will come through.


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