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Final Numbers for NFL's Best WR Duo: Bengals T.J. Houshmandzadeh and Chad Johnson

For the most part, T.J. Houshmandzadeh earned the local writer's selection of Most Valuable Player. What were his final 2007 numbers?

Category Value Rank
Receptions 112 t-1st
Receiving Yards 1,143 15th
Receiving TDs 12 t-4th
Yards After Catch 372 9th (AFC)
Avg. Yards Per Rec. 10.2 NR
Passes Dropped 7 t-13th
Target (times thrown to) 169 2nd
Receiving 1st Downs 70 t-4th
Receptions in RZ 16 4th
Receptions in Opp. 10 6 t-4th
1st Conv. on 3rd 27 1st
1st Conv. on 3rd and >7 9 t-3rd
1st Conv. on 3rd and <3 3 t-10th
Passes not Caught 57 t-16th
Touchdowns - 1st Half 7 t-3rd
Touchdowns - 2nd Half 5 t-8th
Touchdowns - 4th Q 3 t-7th

I also wanted to include Chad Johnson's numbers that were impressive in their own right.

Category Value Rank
Receptions 93 t-12th
Receiving Yards 1,440 3rd
Receiving TDs 8 t-15th
Yards After Catch 314 18th (AFC)
Avg. Yards Per Rec. 15.5 12th
Passes Dropped 7 t-13th
Target (times thrown to) 161 5th
Receiving 1st Downs 74 t-1st
Receptions in RZ 8 t-16th (AFC)
Receptions in Opp. 10 3 t-19th (AFC)
1st Conv. on 3rd 22 t-5th
1st Conv. on 3rd and >7 6 t-19th
1st Conv. on 3rd and <3 3 t-10th
Passes not Caught 68 t-3rd
Touchdowns - 1st Half 5 t-10th
Touchdowns - 2nd Half 3 t-13th (AFC)
Touchdowns - 4th Q 1 NR