Stevie Johnson like everyone else was disappointed in the loss to Indy on Sunday. He also expressed his opinion about adjusting plays at the line pre-snap.
“How I see it, I think we need to let our quarterback call these plays,” he said. “He’s out there on the field, he sees the adjustments that need to be done. We should just let him make the adjustments on the go, I think that way we can move the ball better. He did it a little bit in the game and we moved the ball, so, that’s how I feel about it.”
When asked if he had an issue with the play calling, Johnson made it clear that’s not what he was getting at.
“Nah, the play calling is cool, the plays are good that we have,” he said. “But in situations, we’re the ones out there on the field. He knows what to check into, check out of. It’s different than when you look at it from the booth, and say OK, they might be in this, than when you’re out there. That’s just my take on it.”
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