The season isn’t over yet but the hits keep coming. With such great stats continuing to build, we ask that you take a minute and help vote Michael Johnson into the Pro Bowl.
Simply click on the link below, then click on DE and scroll down to the Bengals Michael Johnson and vote by clicking on his name. Thanks.
2011 GENERAL: Has started at RDE in Games 1-6, tallying 21 tackles, 1.5 sacks, a forced fumble, a recovered fumble, an INT and three total passes defensed … Second on team in QB pressures (five) … Tied for front-seven lead in passes defensed … Has supported effort for Bengals defense to rank second in NFL in fewest yards allowed per game (278.5), third in fewest yards allowed per offensive play (5.2) and tied for second in fewest yards per rushing play (3.3).
2011 GAME-BY-GAME:On Sept. 11 at Cleveland, had team’s first INT of season in fourth quarter, when he grabbed a floating Colt McCoy pass that had been disrupted by pressure from DE Carlos Dunlap … Johnson tied for team lead at Cleveland in total passes defensed (three), and he had one tackle … Had seven tackles Sept. 18 at Denver, including a sack and forced fumble against Kyle Orton … Had four tackles Sept. 25 vs. San Francisco … Seven tackles and a shared sack Oct. 2 vs. Buffalo … Two tackles Oct. 16 vs. Indianapolis, including a nine-yard sack of Curtis Painter … Also vs. Indianapolis, recovered a first-quarter fumble from Colts TE Dallas Clark (forced by CB Nate Clements) at the Colts 44, setting up Bengals first TD drive.
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