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Posted on: November 29, 2010 11:00 pm
Edited on: November 30, 2010 12:08 am
 

Stevie Johnson: 'I Did Not Blame God People!'

Posted by Will Brinson



Steve Johnson missed a huge catch on Sunday -- a beautiful ball from Ryan Fitzpatrick that should have been a touchdown and would have given the Bills another win.

But he didn't really make headlines until he decided to unleash the fury of CAPS LOCK in a Twitter rant in which he appeared to question his Higher Power's plan because he dropped a pass.

On Monday, Johnson took to Twitter again in order to point out that he wasn't talking about the Big Guy.
And No I Did Not Blame God People! Seriously??!? CMon! I Simply Cried Out And Asked Why? Jus Like yal did wen sumthin went wrong n ur life!
Johnson also pointed out that "everything happens for a reason" (I'd agree) and gave a shoutout to Bills fans and and "real friends" before flashing his impressive CAPS LOCK skillz again.
I PLAY W/PASSION AND EMOTION! I HURT WEN I DNT MAKE A PLAY BKUZ iKNO THAT'S WHA MY TEAM,FAM,N MY CITIES WANT TO SEE! N THAS A WINs N PLAYS!
Look, it's no one's business but Steve Johnson's if he's got some beef with God for, um, making him drop that catch. He should have just realized that before he tweeted something bananas and admitted that he'll never get over the drop (the latter of which is way more dangerous to Johnson's career than him tweeting at holy beings).

Then there's the whole idea that God (or whatever Higher Power you prefer) doesn't care about football, which is entirely reasonable. Maybe he watches in his spare time, like many fans, but it seems pretty unlikely that whoever's in charge of this whole shebang is sitting upstairs manipulating what happens with the two-win Buffalo Bills. Surely there are better things to do.

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