Andre Johnson, who at one point was considered easily the best wide receiver in the NFL, hasn't been having a great 2012 by his standards, but all that turned around Sunday afternoon in the Houston Texans' overtime victory against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Johnson caught 14 passes for 273 yards and a touchdown, which is the seventh-highest single-game receiving yardage total in NFL history. Johnson had only eclipsed 100 yards in two previous games, in Week 1 against the Dolphins and Week 9 against the Bills, and had scored only two touchdowns on the season.
Before the last play of the game, Johnson was still having a great day with 13 receptions for 225 yards, but Matt Schaub hit him for a 48-yard score, bringing him to his historic numbers. Schaub finished with 527 yards and 5 touchdowns — tied for the second-highest total in NFL history — in the game, which I suppose is pretty OK, too.