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In 2011, Calvin Johnson had one mediocre game against the Green Bay Packers and one absolutely dominant game.
He caught four passes for 49 yards and a touchdown in the first game in Detroit, and then dominated the second game in Lambeau with 11 catches for 244 yards and a score.
The Packers defense ranked last in total defense as well as against the pass in 2011 and hasn't made any significant upgrades to the unit. Additionally, the Packers defense struggled to reach opposing quarterbacks, only managing 28 sacks on the season, ranking tied for 28th in the NFL.
With a defense that struggles mightily to stop the pass and get to the quarterback, Johnson should have a two very good games.
Home Game: 10 rec, 134 yards, 2 touchdowns
Away Game: 7 rec, 105 yards, 1 touchdown