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[post_page_title]Calvin Johnson[/post_page_title]
Johnson was truly unstoppable during his career with the Detroit Lions. Nicknamed “Megatron,” due to his massive frame (6’5, 237 lbs), and his immense speed (4.35 seconds 40-yard dash). Johnson was able to manifest the expectations from him, when he was picked second overall by the Detroit Lions in the 2007 draft. His best season was in 2012, when he broke Jerry Rice’s single-season receiving record, putting up an absurd 1,964 yards that year alone. In the process, he recorded an NFL record eight consecutive 100-yard games, as well as 11 total such games that season (placing him in a tie with Rice for that record as well).

Calvin Johnson

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