Nov 3, 2013; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Steve Johnson (13) runs after a catch as Kansas City Chiefs inside linebacker Derrick Johnson (56) pursues during the second half at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Chiefs beat the Bills 23-13. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

Stevie Johnson says he shook Chiefs defender so bad, he fell into interception


Never change, Stevie Johnson.

The loudmouth Buffalo Bills wide receiver is at it again, this time complimenting himself on an interception thrown by his quarterback during the Bills’ loss to the Kansas City Chiefs this past Sunday.

Facing a third and goal scenario, quarterback Jeff Tuel tossed a pass in the direction of Johnson but it landed in the arms of Chiefs defensive back, Sean Smith.

Tuel himself claims it was simply a bad decision and a poor throw, but Johnson had a different interpretation of the play, suggesting that he shook Smith so badly, the ball simply landed in Smith’s hands who was in the right place at the right time.

Say what!?

Johnson describes why Smith was where he was when Jeff Tuel tried to hit Graham on the slant.

“I shook him, he almost fell and he basically fell into an interception and that was it,” said Steve Johnson.

When asked if Smith lucked into an INT, Johnson said, “Definitely.”

Tags: Buffalo Bills Kansas City Chiefs Sean Smith Steve Johnson Stevie Johnson

  • http://www.arrowheadaddict.com Patrick Allen

    Johnson definitely put a good move on Sean Smith but perhaps he should have done a little more “shaking.” If he had, he might have had a better stat line than 5 catches for 36 yards. He won the play but the Chiefs’ corners won the day.

    • Brian Martasin

      I would say Smith won the play and the day given the play resulted in a 101 yd pick 6…

  • Larry Devore

    What a tool.

  • mnelson52

    He did break free but the QB was staring down in that spot and Hali was hitting the QB so fast he didn’t have time to look for an open man. That INT was not luck. It was caused by the pass rush. Look at the film again and you will see. btw Smith was not falling down.

  • ArrowFan

    I also remember him falling into an E. Berry ACL one year. Has and always will be dirty in my book for that play. Also Stevie is a girls name.

  • ArrowFan

    I also remember Stevie (still a girls name) fumbling a TD to Tamba, I guess he must of shook to hard for the ball to stay in his hands.

    • John

      Hey it wasn’t Stevie who fumbled that ball it was Graham.

  • Ephrom Marks

    Did Stevie Johnson happen to mention Bills fell into a lost????? 1 of 6!!! Maybe he should concentrate on catching the ball instead of running his month.

    • John

      Hows that Dwayne Bowe contract treating you? What a waste. I bet you end the year with 6 losses at least

      • Ephrom Marks

        It will still be 6 less losses then what the Bills will have…..

        • John

          When you play next I believe a flexed game it will be embarrassing. Ill watch for when you play against number one QB’s with good teams. If Bills had Manuel or even Lewis we win Sunday

          • Ephrom Marks

            I guess we will just have to wait and see!

          • Frank

            Tony Romo, Eli Manning, Michael Vick. Top QBs. And, the Chiefs destroyed them.

          • John

            Romo this year is the only one that has played any good, and there’s no way you could even argue that. Not saying others aren’t good but this year come on.

          • Frank

            Yes, they are all good QBs. However, I think the issue is that John said played against good QBs. It is really against good offenses, not QBs. If the O has a bad line, receivers, or backs, it can make “them” bad too.

            Lastly, the Chiefs don’t worry about playing good Os, Ds, or STs. They don’t worry because hey are playing team ball. Whichever unit is needed steps up the right amount. Last week we needed the D or St to score not once but twice! and they did. Other times we need some O and a clock runout, and we get it. We aren’t one dimensional. And, in this case, the dimensions I mean are O, D or ST. For instance, Enver is O only. They are in a track meet (see the Dallas game). They must score 30-40-50 points to win because their efense can’t stop anyone.

  • NWBill

    If Stevie were a top-10 receiver in the league, able to consistently produce 1,200yd/12 TD seasons, and consistently draw the other team’s top CB ….then I could put up with stuff like this. Obviously, if Stevie were as good as he seems to think he is, then Tuel would have thrown his way – instead of to Graham on that play. Right? Yeah, Stevie was open – but AFTER Tuel had already thrown the ball; not BEFORE. That’s an important difference.

    Top-10 receivers in this league don’t get relegated to playing almost exclusively in the slot, as Stevie has become for Buffalo. But, hey ….Stevie thinks he’s better than his place on the field, and his production, would seem to indicate.

    Seems to me that the Bills have another draft hole to fill next spring; getting someone who can be an AJ Green for this team; rather than a Stevie Johnson.

    • John

      Not sure what you watch but first off Stevie is open a lot. He can’t control how much he gets the ball. Im not a real big fan of his but its pretty obvious. Whatever he says also who cares. Players are going to talk all the time. Also was waiting for someone to say something about his celebrations after any TD’s hes scored. Ill ask you do you have a problem with it?

      • NWBill

        He’s open “a lot,” mainly because of three reasons: the offensive line is good enough to give whoever’s playing QB time enough to find him – even after all of his shifty/juking moves. Second – he’s getting less overall coverage this season because he’s older, has never been exceptionally fast, and is starting to be used more and more as a decoy to free up TJ Graham, Robert Woods, and Marquise Goodwin – who are all MUCH FASTER than he is. And third – his style of play means that QBs can give him more room while they wait out his set of unique moves …and then catch up to him IF he’s thrown (and catches) the ball. All of this has to happen within 3-4 seconds after the snap, by the way. Stevie will rarely break long gains down the field because he simply doesn’t have the speed to escape coverage that long.

        No, I really don’t care what he says – I just wish that he could give more to the offense to compensate for his overlarge ego. Period.

        Celebrations? Who cares? He has to GET to the end zone, first ….and waiting for Stevie to get there – except in goal line situations, where his moves give him more of an advantage in reduced space – is like waiting for Barack Obama to tell the truth; if he does it, you’d be so surprised that you might miss it (and him).

        Just ask Jeff Tuel.

        • John

          I guess when you don’t like someone you could pick anything apart.

          • NWBill

            I can see why your short-sighted thinking in reading my response to you may lead you to feel that I don’t like Stevie; and you’d be wrong. I actually do like him (not that that makes any difference whatsoever in how he plays and what he does), but liking or disliking him is beside the point. I’ve given you my evaluation of him as a PLAYER, not as a PERSON.If you want to take what I say personally on his behalf …then that’s on you. Not me. All I’m doing is calling Stevie how I see him – a WR who has never been as good as he thinks, but who has had so many QBs throwing to him that he had to suffer as a result – BUT, who shouldn’t by any stretch of the imagination make room for a Hall of Fame trophy on his mantle. Is that all his fault? No. But SOME of it could be ….and that’s really all I was trying to say. With Stevie, less talk and more DO would go a long way. Do I think he’s a bad person? No. Do I think he’s a great receiver? Well …not by the way that I define “great.” Some WRs excel even when they go through QBs like tissue paper – or offensive coordinators, for that matter. Stevie’s not one of those guys, though – he’s more like Terrell Owens in that way (though, Owens was MUCH faster than Stevie in his prime).

  • tm1946

    Wanting credit for the defender scoring a td, talk about desperate.

  • Jared Watson

    As soon as he saw the int he flopped on the play, gave up. Didn’t even try to chase down Smith even though they were only 8 yards apart to start off with.

  • Andy

    Better to be lucky than a loser.

  • Chieffantheman

    Instead of complaining about other players accomplishments and contributions in getting a win…Why didn’t Stevie even try to chase him down like Don Bebe did oh so many times…Cause he’s not a team player but a selfish self proclaimed pro….I would’ve love to see an Eric Berrry pay back

  • Chieffantheman

    Instead of complaining about other players accomplishments and contributions in getting a win…Why didn’t Stevie even try to chase him down like Don Bebe did oh so many times…Cause he’s not a team player but a selfish self proclaimed pro….I would’ve love to see an Eric Berrry pay back

  • Chieffantheman

    Instead of complaining about other players accomplishments and contributions in getting a win…Why didn’t Stevie even try to chase him down like Don Bebe did oh so many times…Cause he’s not a team player but a selfish self proclaimed pro….I would’ve love to see an Eric Berrry pay back

  • Chieffantheman

    Instead of complaining about other players accomplishments and contributions in getting a win…Why didn’t Stevie even try to chase him down like Don Bebe did oh so many times…Cause he’s not a team player but a selfish self proclaimed pro….I would’ve love to see an Eric Berrry pay back