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Really good interview here, always liked Stevie. He opens up about playing with Fitzmagic, T.O. injuring Eric Berry in 2011 and a lot more. Great stuff.

Stevie Johnson Interview

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Nobody wants to mess around with Itunes. Provide a better link.

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Did he forgive the big man in the sky for making him drop that TD pass ?

 

Still one of the most idiotic utterances ever spoken by a supposed professional athlete.

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Hard to hear Stevie with all those customers shouting their latte orders a him

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25 minutes ago, Mr. WEO said:

Hard to hear Stevie with all those customers shouting their latte orders a him

 

I guess $31M doesn't go as far as it used to.

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Why so serious? 

 

He provided some entertainment in the later drought years. Always liked him. If I remember right his breakout game was against the Bengals when Buffalo was down 17 going into the half and they ended up winning by 17. Pretty impressive. 

 

 

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I remember him as a constant pain the the a*s!  Actions always speak louder than words Stevie, and you almost never lived up to your script..

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19 minutes ago, Marv's Neighbor said:

I remember him as a constant pain the the a*s!  Actions always speak louder than words Stevie, and you almost never lived up to your script..

 

Interesting take. I remember him as an overachieving 7th round draft pick in a Buffalo Bills era where high-round draft busts were the routine. I remember him as a three-straight 1k yard receiver who developed great chemistry with Fitz in Gailey's offense and often got the best of Revis Island. I remember him as a guy who loved his teammates, the city of Buffalo, the fans, and the game of football despite the NO FUN LEAGUE's best efforts to quash his on-field enthusiasm. I'm glad he was a part of this franchise's history.

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24 minutes ago, MichaelAbdallah said:

 

Interesting take. I remember him as an overachieving 7th round draft pick in a Buffalo Bills era where high-round draft busts were the routine. I remember him as a three-straight 1k yard receiver who developed great chemistry with Fitz in Gailey's offense and often got the best of Revis Island. I remember him as a guy who loved his teammates, the city of Buffalo, the fans, and the game of football despite the NO FUN LEAGUE's best efforts to quash his on-field enthusiasm. I'm glad he was a part of this franchise's history.

This X1,000,000,000

 

stevie was a great dude. And considering we’ve never had a WR put up 3x1,000 yard seasons, he was pretty freaking good. 

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It’s a joke that most fans sided with Doug Marrone over Steve Johnson. 

 

I remember fans fans crying about how his erratic routes were hurting EJ Manuel’s development. 

 

 

A 7th Rounder who became a starter and turned down FA to stay in Buffalo was ultimately criticized by fans for not being good enough. 

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I liked Stevie. He was a fun guy to watch. He was an average WR on a below average team, which made him seem a little better than he actually was to many fans, but he absolutely beat the odds as a late round draft pick and carved out a niche for himself in the NFL. Good for him, and good for Buffalo.

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4 hours ago, Marv's Neighbor said:

I remember him as a constant pain the the a*s!  Actions always speak louder than words Stevie, and you almost never lived up to your script..

3, 1000 yard seasons in a row, excellent hands along with unorthodox route running that would turn Revis around in his prime- but yeah, he sucked.

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5 hours ago, Doc said:

 

I guess $31M doesn't go as far as it used to.

 

Stevie had trouble holding onto anything, so....

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5 hours ago, MichaelAbdallah said:

 

Interesting take. I remember him as an overachieving 7th round draft pick in a Buffalo Bills era where high-round draft busts were the routine. I remember him as a three-straight 1k yard receiver who developed great chemistry with Fitz in Gailey's offense and often got the best of Revis Island. I remember him as a guy who loved his teammates, the city of Buffalo, the fans, and the game of football despite the NO FUN LEAGUE's best efforts to quash his on-field enthusiasm. I'm glad he was a part of this franchise's history.

Too many fans think that their crap doesn't stink.......

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7 hours ago, Mr. WEO said:

Hard to hear Stevie with all those customers shouting their latte orders a him

 

Says the little jobber who doesn’t have 31.7 mil in the bank 

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10 hours ago, I am the egg man said:

Did he forgive the big man in the sky for making him drop that TD pass ?

 

Still one of the most idiotic utterances ever spoken by a supposed professional athlete.

They praise him when it all goes right, why can’t it work both ways? 

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15 hours ago, Mr. WEO said:

 

Stevie had trouble holding onto anything, so....

Steve Johnson is the Bills best WR since Moulds left so....

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17 hours ago, Teddy KGB said:

 

Says the little jobber who doesn’t have 31.7 mil in the bank 

 

 

Of course I don't.  Neither does he though.  

 

In 10 years, I'll being living well on my savings.  There's a 78% chance that within 2 years, he will be bankrupt.

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On 11/18/2018 at 9:11 AM, Marv's Neighbor said:

I remember him as a constant pain the the a*s!  Actions always speak louder than words Stevie, and you almost never lived up to your script..

With all due respect,  if that's all you remember about him, you may consider getting your head checked.

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19 hours ago, BUFFALOBART said:

Too many fans think that their crap doesn't stink.......

 

He was effective and extremely immature

 

 

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1 hour ago, Mr. WEO said:

 

 

Of course I don't.  Neither does he though.  

 

In 10 years, I'll being living well on my savings.  There's a 78% chance that within 2 years, he will be bankrupt.

 

78% based on what ?     We are talking 30 mil jack.   

 

Stevie made more in one season than you’ll make in 40 years.          Pick your battles wiser.   

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It is funny. You hate Stevie or hate Tyrod. Guys that were actually class acts and over achievers. Should they have just played terrible so fans would not get mad at them for being too good but not good enough? I praise guys that the most of what they got and play with a ton of heart and grit. Take that any day over the guy with the big expectations but does not seem to put it all together. Usually that is do to not putting in the work or having the grit.

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3 hours ago, Teddy KGB said:

 

78% based on what ?     We are talking 30 mil jack.   

 

Stevie made more in one season than you’ll make in 40 years.          Pick your battles wiser.   

 

A well publicized study ESPN did several years ago regarding NFL an NBA players.

 

This is well known, jack.

 

I do OK, thanks.  Got my mind on my money and my money on my mind. 

 

 

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