Bills receiver Stevie Johnson told Pro Football Talk on Tuesday that his injured groin is 90 percent. For him, it means that he’s 100 percent to play.
For his team, it technically means that he’s only 50 percent.
The Bills have listed Johnson as questionable with a groin injury that required offseason surgery. As MDS pointed out earlier this afternoon, Johnson was back at practice and is expected to play. Which is a good thing. Without him, it would be difficult for the Bills to move the ball through the air.
Then again, it won’t be easy with him. Despite the perception that Johnson got the better of cornerback Darelle Revis last season, it’s all relative. And if Johnson is less than 100 percent, it will be even harder for him to get separation.