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  • Joey_Potter
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    I agree Matt. I really like Johnson. Put him with Tennessee or somewhere that needs a Receiver and I think he could have between 800-1000 Yards this year. Buffalo I think he could be the #3 man, get 500 Yards, be a real Factor in Goal Line situations. Johnson could come up big.

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  • BillsFaninOhio
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    The story had nothing to do with Johnson looking good in mini-camp and had everything to do with Johnson being challenged to make the team.

    My thought was to dump JR and let the younger guys fight it out.

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  • Matt McGuire
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    Saints and Bucs? The Saints drafted Robert Meachem last year and traded up for Adrian Arrington.

    Bucs still have Stovall and Clayton on the roster, I doubt we would sign Johnson.

    I really have a lot of confidence in SJ. He's going to surprise a lot of people in preseason.

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  • Joey_Potter
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    Cut him. Let the Saints or Bucs pick him up and elevate their offenses.

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  • McNulty
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    Originally posted by vbsiena24 View Post
    It's just a beat reporter's story. All beat reporter's do this.
    I know...That was exactly my point. I was referring to the fact that this is at least the second time someone has posted an article citing that Johnson has looked good at camp, when I'm sure you could find similar stories for almost every young prospect out there in their local media.

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  • AnswerManSam
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    I love Steve Johnson, but I don't see what is wrong with JR.

    He is a good slot WR. He is not a #1 or 2, but he excels in the slot and Trent loves him.

    He won the Freddie Bletnikoff award fora reason. He can be a good WR.

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  • DraftKidWonder
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    Originally posted by Matt McGuire View Post
    Well yea we are UK fans, I didnt' say I was the only person that thought he would be good, but I probably was one of very few that said he had the talent of a 2nd round pick.
    All the physical numbers and statistical numbers are there to prove that.

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  • Matt McGuire
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    Well yea we are UK fans, I didnt' say I was the only person that thought he would be good, but I probably was one of very few that said he had the talent of a 2nd round pick.

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  • DraftKidWonder
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    Matt, lol, I love how you think you're the only one that thinks he's going to be good.

    Anybody that watched Kentucky games saw how good he can be.
    Last edited by DraftKidWonder; 07-08-2008, 05:51 PM. Reason: Addition

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  • Vbsiena
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    Originally posted by the shock doctor View Post
    Haha i love how Heismans and pro bowls are garbage but preliminary reports out of OTA's and training camps are blue-chip indicators. Not saying how this kid won't be good or that those aforementioned accolades should necessarily be held in high esteem, it's just humorous that this is the second or third posting about how Johnson looks good in drills and how it's a sign of big things to come
    It's just a beat reporter's story. All beat reporter's do this.

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  • McNulty
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    Haha i love how Heismans and pro bowls are garbage but preliminary reports out of OTA's and training camps are blue-chip indicators. Not saying how this kid won't be good or that those aforementioned accolades should necessarily be held in high esteem, it's just humorous that this is the second or third posting about how Johnson looks good in drills and how it's a sign of big things to come

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  • Matt McGuire
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    No one listens to me. I'm calling this kid the next Colston. I better get a ton of ****ing credit if he pans out big time.

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  • BillsFaninOhio
    started a topic Chris Brown on Steve Johnson

    Chris Brown on Steve Johnson

    http://www.buffalobills.com/blog/index.jsp?post_id=3620

    It's time to say goodbye to some dead weight. I.E. JOSH REED
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