Chuck Pagano called for those passes, which totaled two yards.
"I guarantee you nowhere in there did I say I wanted two more catches to extend the streak," Wayne said on his radio show. "I'm never going to beg for catches, especially when we're winning."
Wayne departed the locker room without answering questions from the media following the game, but cited home obligations for leaving quickly.
Johnson said Tuesday he is still the "same guy" from 2012, when he totaled 1,964 receiving yards, which is an NFL record. Quarterback Matthew Stafford suggests Johnson's drop in production is because defenses are doing a better job "keying in" on the star receiver.
"He’s the best receiver in the league, and they know that," Stafford said, per The Detroit News. "It’s on me to just throw him better balls and make sure we’re on the same page."
Stafford added it's tough to tell if Johnson is still hobbled by the ankle injury.
"It was a long time that he was out," Stafford said. "Even when he was in early on in the season, there were a couple games he played where he wasn’t himself. It’s always a long process coming back."
Williams will wear a splint and likely take a pain-killing injection before the Thanksgiving game, the report said. He was able to catch passes in practice Tuesday, though he told the paper his finger "hurts bad."
The Cardinals visit the Falcons on Sunday, and Fitzgerald's status will be updated throughout the week.
Chris Givens played just 14 snaps and was not targeted.
St. Louis hosts the Raiders on Sunday.
Toon is seeing increased snaps due to injuries to Brandin Cooks and Robert Meachem.
"Obviously, I prepare every week like I'm playing," he told the New Orleans Times-Picayune. "I got an opportunity to go out there and get some good work in. Hopefully, I can continue to be out there contributing and I just have to build off of what we did last night."
New Orleans visits the Steelers on Sunday.