ESPN Fantasy Projection: Johnson was better than it seemed last season, delivering a top-10 fantasy showing in 33% of his games (ninth-best) and falling outside the top-30 only once in 11 full games. He played 81% of Houston's snaps, averaging 13.2 carries and 4.1 targets per game, which allowed him the seventh-most fantasy points during the 11 weeks. His rushing efficiency was good (4.70 YPC, 1.88 YAC) and his receiving efficiency was elite (his 6.8 YPT ranked fifth among RBs -- his fourth-career top-six finish in the category). Johnson is now 29 years old and the Houston offense has some uncertainty with Deshaun Watson's future in question, but he should lead a Houston backfield that also includes Phillip Lindsay and Mark Ingram in touches. Expect Johnson to flirt with flex numbers.