HOUSTON – Andre Johnson had the best year of his career last season.
But at 32, Johnson knows his window for winning a championship is closing. He's determined to do even more this season to help the Houston Texans accomplish their goal of reaching the Super Bowl.
He says the Texans: "have a great shot at doing it," and that they have to take advantage of opportunities this year.
Johnson had 112 receptions for 1,598 yards — both career highs — last season in helping Houston make its second straight playoff appearance. It was the third 1,500-yard season of his 10-year career and a bounce-back year after he played just seven games and finished with a career-worst 492 yards receiving in 2011.
This season Johnson is helping mold Houston's young receivers in hopes that it will improve an already potent offense.