During Johnson’s bold declaration, which included plenty of credit toward New England’s secondary, Stevie got a little ahead of himself. Which is to say, confused:
“I don’t think they got nobody that can stop me. For real. They’re athletic,” Johnson said. “I give a lot of credit to the New England Patriots. I haven’t played against Aqib Talib yet. I’ve checked him out on tape, long, athletic, try to play with vision. They play as one unit. I got a lot of respect for Chung. I know him personally.“
Safety Pat Chung left the Pats as a free agent during the offseason and is now a member of the Eagles. Oops.
Admittedly, it’s extremely difficult to keep track of the comings and goings for each team during the dizzying offseason, but one would think that a wide receiver might know all the faces, old and new, of each secondary in his own division.
Then again, if you believe that no one can cover you, I suppose you’re better off practicing your best trash talk in the mirror rather than worry about who’s lining up in coverage.
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