VIDEO: Remembering When Stevie Johnson Dropped an Easy Game-Winning Touchdown Against the Steelers
Stevie Johnson isn't exactly a household name, but he had an extremely productive stretch to his NFL career from 2010-12. He was a 1,000-yard receiver in each of those three seasons, so the former Buffalo Bill certainly had his moments at the NFL level.
Unfortunately, this 2010 Week 12 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers certainly wasn't one of them.
With the game tied 16-16 in overtime, then-Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick uncorks a perfect pass. The would-be game-winning TD falls right into Johnson's lap, but he drops it and the drive stalls.
The Bills would go on to lose to the Steelers, 19-16, on the next drive.
Buffalo fans likely remember Johnson's tenure with the team fondly, but this drop still has to sting a bit.
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