Andre Johnson Is Nasty!!!

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  1. LiveForTheGame

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    Andre Johnson...a QB's best friend. Great catch after great catch...the guy is amazing. The TD in the back of the endzone...what you need in a top receiver. Carr is also showing some playmaking ability. I love both those guys. Our coaches do make mistakes...but going after them was genius.
     
  2. Andre_Johnson88

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    ok before this game Vince Young was my football hero in all aspects because I thought he was just invincible , but after this weekend, VY officially is one-dimensional and no longer my hero.I now have a new hero and it's AJ!He is just simply amazing and will NEVER let you down!Plus, it's like his hands are glue in his second season for the most part!
     
  3. rittenhouserobz

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    I like where you are going here, but isn't Derrick Armstrong number 88?

    BTW here is a quote from Mike Tice about AJ. (Yahoo article)

    ``He's a bad dude,'' said Vikings coach Mike Tice. ``I'd like to have him in my arsenal. I'd never run the ball.''
     
  4. JustBonee

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    Amazing No. 80 ...

    Just how many ways can he GRAB that ball!! [​IMG] HoustonTexans.com
     
  5. JustBonee

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    Why can Mike Tice see what Dom Capers can't!? :mad:
     
  6. Beastlyman2003

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    ANDRE JOHNSON is disgusting. He had the anouncers of the game saying "forget about the Texans covering Moss, how are the Vikings gonna stop Andre Johnson?" Andre Johnson is now, in my opinion, in the top-tier elite recievers w/ Moss, Owens, Harrison. Andre Johnson, I think is more dangerous than TO, or Marvin. He is UNSTOPPABLE!!! I cannot wait to see little Samari Rolle get used like the village bicycle. It is gonna be nice, and Andre is a lock for the Pro Bowl for YEARS TO COME!
     
  7. jacquescas

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    I agree AJ is a stud and with Armstrong emerging on the other side he will be left single covered which is good for us.
     
  8. El Tejano

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    The key is still consistency though. He has put 3 good games together. If he wants Moss type attention, he needs to do this every week. He will.
     
  9. Nawzer

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    The Titans are really going to focus in on Andre this week and although I think he can still have a big game, I'm looking forward to some of our other guys like Gaffney, Armstrong, Bradford, and Miller burning the Titans.
     
  10. TexansTrueFan

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    No Doubt A.J is turning into a pro bowl reciever and w/ Armstrong up and coming along with Gaffney i see us having one of the most deadly recieving cores in the NFL. And if our running game can get going i think we will be the #1 offense, Now we just need a lil more production from the Defense !!!
     
  11. TEXANS84

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    In only game 5 he is now 400 yards short of last years season total and is on track to get 1400 recieving yards and 13 touchdowns.
     
  12. JDizzle

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    If Harrison doesn't start putting up big numbers, then AJ has a good shot at going (possibly a start), but WE HAVE TO KEEP THROWING THE BALL TO HIM.
     
  13. Blake

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    Well first, we have to be behind 10 or 14 points, before we start throwing downfield. Then we can let the passing game loose on the Titans.

    AJ doesnt seem to get downfield looks until late in the game. When we are behind. So we can "keep things close."

    But a pro bowl starter? hell yes.
     
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    Here is what Mike Tice said about AJ:
    http://msnbc.msn.com/id/6220723/
     
  15. keyfro

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    another quote from tice..."if i had him on my team i'd never run the ball"...first it would be sick to but him and moss on the same team...hell you wouldn't even need a QB on that team just a guy to lob it up in the air...Dr. DRE has arrived in houston...he is a top reciever in the league and in my opinion it goes moss, owens, harrison, DRE, and chad johnson...this is a man amoungst boys...if i was capers i'd let if fly
     
  16. STEEL BLUE TEXANS

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    AJ is arguably the most physically gifted receiver in the league.
     

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