AFC South notes from ESPN Stats & Information’s targets report from the end of the regular season:
Johnson was the lone player from the division in the top 10 players targeted on third down -- he caught 21 of the 39 passes aimed at him.
Johnson tied for fifth with 39 fourth-quarter targets.
Wayne was tied for fifth in times targeted in the red zone in the fourth quarter with seven.
Johnson was tied with Calvin Johnson for second with 51 targets on balls throw 15 yards or more in the air. Vincent Jackson was first with 57. But Andre Johnson’s 30.4-yard average on those balls was best of the three.
Walter ranked second (minimum 70 targets) with a 74.6 catch percentage, Austin Collie 10th at 67.4, Wayne 11th at 67.1.
Washington ranked ninth worst in yards per target (minimum 70 targets) at 6.3.
Johnson was tied for ninth with 53 targets when a defense rushed the passer with five or more defenders. He averaged 15.5 yards on those chances, second highest among the top 10.