ESPN Fantasy Projection: Johnson enters his third NFL season no longer a clear feature back after Detroit drafted D'Andre Swift in the second round. Johnson impressed as a second-round rookie in 2018, averaging 5.4 YPC and catching 84% of his targets, but missed six games. During another injury-plagued campaign in 2019, his receiving workload and rushing efficiency took a hard hit (3.6 YPC) in eight games as Detroit's primary rusher, though he was providing RB2 production prior to a Week 7 injury. Johnson is only 23 years old, but the presence of the more-dynamic Swift is sure to limit his touches. Consider Johnson a flex with limited upside.