He's the longest-tenured Texans player, having been with the franchise since its second year, and has shared with his teammates the trials that have come with that.
But when we surveyed 320 players from around the league, they were told to choose one active non-teammate who has never played in the Super Bowl. Johnson still received 14 votes, ranking him fifth behind Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, Falcons retiring tight end Tony Gonzalez, Lions receiver Calvin Johnson, and Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who received votes from 15 players who will be happy to see him there this season.
Peterson (59 votes) and Gonzalez (56) were close at the top.
You get one guess on the other Texans player to get votes.
Yup, four players chose defensive end J.J. Watt.