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lumberjackchris


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 10, 2013 8:16 pm    Post subject: Andre Johnson Stat Tracker-March to 12000 Reply with quote

He's got a slim chance to crack 13000 yards this season to go along with 900+ receptions.

Through 1 game he has 12 rec 146 yards


His career marks are 830 rec 11400 yards

Career Rankings Yards

23. Steve Smith - 11503
24. Muhsin Muham. - 11438
25. Andre Johnson - 11400
26. Rod Smith - 11389
27. Keenan McCar. - 11373


Career Ranking Receptions

16. Jimmy Smith 862
17. Muhsin Muh. 860
18. Irving Fryar 851
19. Rod Smith 849
20. Andre Johnson 830
21. Larry Centers 827
22. Steve Largent 819
23. Shannon Sha. 815
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 11, 2013 10:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

We have had a thread like this for a long long long time, and i tried to find it the other day and couldnt

i find it really cool that Andre is already one of the best WRs ever

according to the stats they showed on monday night, which arent always reliable, Andre is #1 in

1. Yards per Game ( when certain minimums are placed)
2. Catches per Game
3. his 19 10+ catch games are #1
4. First player to ever start a career with 8 straight 60 catch seasons
5. Most 10+ catch games in a season
6. Highest 2 game receiving total ever: 461


put all that together and we get that Andre Johnson is one of the greatest to ever play, he just hasnt been healthy enough to move him up the list in career stats just yet

he has two major flaws: TDs and Post Season production

realistically i think we will get something like 80 catches 1200 yards 4 TDs from him this season, but it would be great to see him go over 1500 for the 4th time...he just needs to average 90 yards per game from here on out

to get to 900 catches and 13,000 yards it would take a crazy year

he would need to average 106 yards per game, and catch 5 passes, the 5 passes is doable, but only like 2 WRs in history have ever averaged over 100 yards a game for a full 16 games

more realistically we will come into next season looking at him getting to 14,000

i think he gets close to 15,000 when its all said and done, but that would require him to play 3 more seasons and get 1200 each year, and would make him 35 years old, which is right around when WRs start to decline rapidly

There will be no doubt that he will be a 1st ballot HOFer
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 17, 2013 8:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Another great game by Andre

if he hadnt gotten hurt, he would have had a 10 catch 100 yard game for the 20th time

current numbers are 20 catches 222 yards putting him on pace for 1776 yards on 160 catches

he wont get to either of those, not with the emergence of Hopkins, and with a minor injury...hopefully he plays this week

im wondering the impact the Hop is going to have on AJ. Will it take away from AJs numbers a little or will it keep AJ fresher and give him more single coverage?
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 30, 2013 9:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

AJ is on pace for a crazy 130 catch season and 1400 yards....and 0 TDs

He was just 1 catch short of his 20th 10 catch 100 yards game, and we sure could have used it in overtime.

852 Catches 11,622 yards

at his current pace, i can see him reaching 12,000 against the Colts following the Bye Week

he should get to his 900th catch by week 11 against Oakland
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 30, 2013 11:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ya, I'd just wish we'd give Hop some more targets....
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 21, 2013 1:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Through 7 weeks Dre stands at 48 rec for 584 yards. His career numbers are at 866 rec 11,838 yards
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 21, 2013 3:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Worth mentioning that he passed Jimmy Smith for #16 all-time in receptions this week. He'll likely pass McCardell in a few weeks for #15, then Holt, Monk, Mason, Reed provide quick movement up the chart to #11 either late this season or early next season.

Yardage-wise Jimmy Smith is the likely target this season as well at #17. He'll likely pass Michael Irvin next week which will provide some satisfaction although he's still got the jewelry.

AJ's Hall of Fame cred certainly grows with each season and unlike QBs, there is less of a standard of required Super Bowl glory especially with Lofton, Carter, Largent, and Joiner all in despite the hole in their resumes. AJ's professionalism will win him big points with voters and I don't think it hurts to have a few contemporaries falling off a bit (particularly Larry Fitzgerald who's 2008 Super Bowl run is the stuff of HOF reels). I don't think Steve Smith, Anquan Boldin, Roddy White, Santana Moss, Marques Colston, or Greg Jennings pass anyone's smell test as Hall of Famers, but it's important for AJ to continue to distance from them so the stats hold up to any attempts to use them as comps.

I also think there is room for BOTH Reggie Wayne and AJ in the Hall (perhaps not Harrison), but AJ needs to keep pace especially with Wayne enhancing his resume in a post-Peyton Indy. Wes Welker's move to Denver does nothing but enhance his case as does the Patriots struggles without him and he strikes me as a guy who will still be playing at 36-38 years old. Megatron certainly has all the makings of a HOFer and I don't think his eventual coronation is mutually exclusive of AJ's, but the fact CJ has more TDs in 7 seasons than AJ has in 11 seasons and that gap is just getting uglier with AJ not even notching one yet this season.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 21, 2013 3:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't think there is any doubt that AJ will get in with career numbers in the top 10 maybe top 5 in yards and catches. It took carter a while to get in so AJ might not be a 1st ballot guy but he will get in


I can see AJ being a 3rd WR on a contender in a few years if we don't get our act together soon


Conservatively I would put him at 80 catches 1200 yards on the season which would have him at around 12,500 17th all time and 900 catches 15th all time

Breaking in a new QB might hurt his numbers going forward, but anything less than over 1,000 catches and 14,000 yards would be a surprise
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 21, 2013 3:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Apollo Stallion wrote:
Worth mentioning that he passed Jimmy Smith for #16 all-time in receptions this week. He'll likely pass McCardell in a few weeks for #15, then Holt, Monk, Mason, Reed provide quick movement up the chart to #11 either late this season or early next season.

Yardage-wise Jimmy Smith is the likely target this season as well at #17. He'll likely pass Michael Irvin next week which will provide some satisfaction although he's still got the jewelry.

AJ's Hall of Fame cred certainly grows with each season and unlike QBs, there is less of a standard of required Super Bowl glory especially with Lofton, Carter, Largent, and Joiner all in despite the hole in their resumes. AJ's professionalism will win him big points with voters and I don't think it hurts to have a few contemporaries falling off a bit (particularly Larry Fitzgerald who's 2008 Super Bowl run is the stuff of HOF reels). I don't think Steve Smith, Anquan Boldin, Roddy White, Santana Moss, Marques Colston, or Greg Jennings pass anyone's smell test as Hall of Famers, but it's important for AJ to continue to distance from them so the stats hold up to any attempts to use them as comps.

I also think there is room for BOTH Reggie Wayne and AJ in the Hall (perhaps not Harrison), but AJ needs to keep pace especially with Wayne enhancing his resume in a post-Peyton Indy. Wes Welker's move to Denver does nothing but enhance his case as does the Patriots struggles without him and he strikes me as a guy who will still be playing at 36-38 years old. Megatron certainly has all the makings of a HOFer and I don't think his eventual coronation is mutually exclusive of AJ's, but the fact CJ has more TDs in 7 seasons than AJ has in 11 seasons and that gap is just getting uglier with AJ not even notching one yet this season.


HoF wise this might be the one place pancakes is useful. He is a big deal in the hall of fame voting so having him lobby for AJ will be a big help.

And numbers aside there was the perception for a good 3-5 years that AJ was the best in the game. That will also help him get in more than any numbers can.

TDs are gonna be his downfall. Hopefully the voters are able to realize why he isn't getting them, and it isn't his fault.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 21, 2013 4:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Man, I'm jinxing people all over today. Reggie Wayne is out for the season with an ACL. Huge blow, both for the Colts and 34 year old Wayne.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 12:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

AJ passed 12,000 with 12,067 now with 8 games left. It would take 116 yards per game from here on out, but it's possible he gets close to 13000, close enough to pass 14,000 with a decent season next year
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2013 2:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I know Pastor updated Dre's stats, but I'm going to update the rankings, since he's made some jumps since the original post.

Receptions

11. Andre Reed 951
12. Derrick Mason 943
13. Art Monk 940
14. Torry Holt 920
15. Keenan Mc 883
16. Andre Johnson 875


Receiving Yards

13. Andre Reed 13,198
14. Steve Largent 13,089
15. Irving Fryar 12,785
16. Art Monk 12,721
17. Jimmy Smith 12,287
18. Charlie Joiner 12,146
19. Hines Ward 12,083
20. Andre Johnson 12,067
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2013 8:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

lumberjackchris wrote:
I know Pastor updated Dre's stats, but I'm going to update the rankings, since he's made some jumps since the original post.

Receptions

11. Andre Reed 951
12. Derrick Mason 943
13. Art Monk 940
14. Torry Holt 920
15. Keenan Mc 883
16. Andre Johnson 875


Receiving Yards

13. Andre Reed 13,198
14. Steve Largent 13,089
15. Irving Fryar 12,785
16. Art Monk 12,721
17. Jimmy Smith 12,287
18. Charlie Joiner 12,146
19. Hines Ward 12,083
20. Andre Johnson 12,067


Andre should be top 15 all time in both receptions and yards by the end of the year. Not too shabby. Hopefully he can have a few more 3 TD games to get those numbers
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2013 9:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Andre's TD numbers will definitely increase with Keenum at the helm now, as he isn't scared to take shots deep and actually trusts Andre with the ball in the air as opposed to Schaub who threw 1 on 1 balls to everybody BUT Andre.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2013 11:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Did yall hear what Dre said on the Verizon Wireless show on 610?

They asked him if he was surprised that Case threw him that 2nd td, after it looked like he slowed down, then had to speed up.

He said, "Used to the QB wouldnt make that throw"

Sounds like someone who def lost faith in Matt.
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