Johnson gained five yards on two carries and caught five of six targets for 46 yards in Sunday's 25-22 loss to New England.

Johnson's 51 combined yards were a season high for the running back, who's carved out a legitimate role on passing downs, and he led Houston running backs Sunday with 31 snaps. Due to the team's poor record, it's needed a receiving threat in the backfield more often than not, so Johnson leads the position group in snaps and is second overall on the team with 16 targets, behind only Brandin Cooks (44).

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