Maybe I'm jumping the gun.
Stevie Johnson is a fourth-year guy and second-year starter. He's got a lot of talent too.
But he does have quite the attitude—it seems to be common among wide receivers.
I remember last year Johnson dropped a touchdown pass literally right in front of me that would have beaten the Pittsburgh Steelers in overtime. After the game, he blamed God on Twitter.
Okay, one little mistake. Maybe. Still, that's a bit much, even for some of the other receivers on this list. Twitter has been a hotbed for controversy too (see Mendenhall, Rashard), which doesn't help Johnson.
Then, Johnson came in last week and made a big catch. He celebrated by mimicking Plaxico Burress shooting himself in the leg and virtually any other celebration used by a Jets receiver after a touchdown.
Creative, but rude. When the flag came out, he even managed to hurt his team.
The Jets scored quickly thanks to improved field position on the kickoff, and then Johnson dropped a big catch that could have helped Buffalo win the game. The loss basically knocked the Bills from the contender ranks.
That certainly makes Johnson a disliked man in Buffalo and throughout the NFL. He's wearing out his welcome fast.