This week Eagles CB Cary Williams made the comment that Andre Johnson just wasn’t the same, and that is very true. The guy is one of the best wide outs to ever line up and you can see the frustration building up.
“I’m trying to help the team win,” Johnson said, according to the Houston Chronicle. “But I only can do what I can do. I can’t control everything. I only can control what I can. That’s it. I can’t block. I can’t cover guys. I can’t throw the ball. All I can do is run routes and try to get open and catch the ball.”
Johnson then was asked quite a but of questions by reporters, and he seemed as if he needed a long vacation away from Houston.
Are you getting open and not receiving the ball?
“I don’t know. You watched the game.”
Is there light at the end of the tunnel?
“I don’t know. We’ll see.”
Will you speak with Texans coach Bill O’Brien about your role in the offense?
“I don’t really think there’s much to talk about.”
Your thoughts on Williams’ observation about your intensity level?
“Maybe they see something I don’t see.”
Where do you plan to spend your bye week?
“I just need to go to like an island or something.”