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Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson had just two catches for 22 yards in his return to the field in Sunday's game against the AFC South rival Jacksonville Jaguars.
The five-time Pro Bowl selection had missed the past six games with a hamstring injury. He was targeted just three times.
The Texans lost starting quarterback Matt Leinart to an injured clavicle. Rookie T.J. Yates replaced Leinart and completed just eight passes.
Johnson has 27 catches for 374 yards and two receiving touchdowns in four games this season.
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