Johnson, who's caught just three passes for 18 yards in the last two weeks, is back to practicing in full and seems to be getting over the back and hamstring troubles that have limited him recently. He draws a Miami defense that's allowing 287 yards per game through the air, and if he's not hobbled anymore, a solid fantasy performance should be in the cards despite the rawness of QB Thaddeus Lewis.
Before injury troubles struck, Stevie was targeted 29 times in the first three weeks, pulling down 236 yards and two touchdowns. A 1,000-yard receiver each of the last three seasons, he should get back on track now that he's feeling better. You can finally feel good about rolling him out again.
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