Stevie Johnson's season has gone much like the one-handed catch the Buffalo Bills receiver made last weekend.
It looked marvelous: Johnson leaping over the middle to snag the ball with one hand, bring it in and control it before he landed on the turf for a 25-yard gain. Trouble is, the drive stalled and Buffalo lost the game.
''It's a pretty cool catch,'' Johnson said Wednesday. ''I mean, it's just a guy trying to make a big play. But it didn't really lead to too much. So, it's just a play. That's it.''
The best receiver on a perennial loser is sick of the losing but hasn't been pouting or pointing fingers. On the verge of becoming the first Bills receiver to produce three consecutive 1,000-yard seasons, the fifth-year pro is instead thinking about the best way to produce a winning culture in Buffalo.
''I don't think it's from maturity,'' Johnson said. ''I think it's just from me wanting to change things, me wanting to bring this team back.''
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