Lions WR Calvin Johnson has had a healthy offseason, he says he feels young and his comfort level in Joe Lombardi’s offense is high heading into the second year of the scheme. He sees a lot of great things ahead for this offense and plans to play a big role in 2015.
For the first time in five seasons, Johnson finished outside the top 6 in wide receiver scoring, thanks to a nagging ankle injury. He finished in the top 10 on a points per game basis. He has also had knee problems throughout his career, but as long as he’s healthy, he’s very likely to post WR1 numbers. His fantasy stock hasn’t been this “low” since his rookie season.