Calvin Johnson has 5 consecutive 100-yard games, on pace to break single-season yardage record

Through Week 9, Lions receiver Calvin Johnson had only one touchdown.

Since then, he has scored in four consecutive games including today's last-second loss to the Colts. In addition to scoring in his fourth consecutive game, Johnson extended his 100-yard game streak to five games.

Today, Johnson finished with 13 receptions for 171 yards and a touchdown.

Megatron has a total of 45 receptions for 790 yards and four touchdowns over his past five games.

The all-time single-season receiving yardage record is 1,848 yards set by Hall-of-Famer Jerry Rice (1995), but Megatron is currently on pace to beat the mark.

If he continues his pace of 119 yards per game through the final four regular-season games, he will finish with 1,904 yards.

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