Bills WR Stevie Johnson wanted to make a name for himself in the NFL. After four season, and only two in which he has played extensively he has accomplished that with Buffalo. Now he wants to take it a step further.
In an interview with 1140 The Fan Sportsradio in Sacramento late last week, Johnson was asked how good he believes he can get after posting a pair of 1,000-yard receiving seasons along with 17 touchdowns.
“I believe I can be considered with this young generation of receivers… my name can be mentioned,” Johnson said. “That’s as far as I can go because I don’t have any playoff games under my belt. I don’t have any winning seasons under my belt or any individual accolades like Pro Bowls or first team or things like that. So I can’t say too much. I feel like I’ve been trying to get my name out there and now it’s time to show that I can be in this generation considered one of the best in this young talented generation of receivers. That’s my goal to be one of those top guys.”
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