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Stevie Johnson: No New England Patriot can stop me

The New England Patriots' secondary has a significant game-plan obstacle to contend with as it prepares to face the Bills on Sunday. At least, according to Buffalo wide receiver Stevie Johnson.

"I don't think they got nobody that can stop me," Johnson said Monday, according to The Buffalo News. "For real."

Johnson -- the Bills' top receiver the past two seasons -- has 29 receptions for 382 yards and four touchdowns in seven career games against New England.

"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," Johnson added. "I know him personally."

Patrick Chung is a former Patriots safety who signed with the Philadelphia Eagles in March. Feel free to read into this as an indictment of Johnson's tape study, but we don't doubt his ability to make plays against top cornerbacks.

Just ask Darrelle Revis.

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