Stevie Johnson says North Korea should bomb Foxborough, where the Patriots play

Stevie Johnson knows the Bills can't handle the Patriots, wants North Korea to do his dirty work

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Oct. 14, 2012; Glendale, AZ, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver (13) Stevie Johnson stretches on the sidelines against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Bills defeated the Cardinals 19-16 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY SportsThe Buffalo Bills haven't beaten the Patriots since September 7, 2003 when they won 31-0 in Orchard Park, NY.

Ever since then, the Patriots have won 19 in a row against their division rival. In fact, "rivalry" might not even be the right word to describe this relationship, which has lately been more like the rivalry between a hammer and a nail, with the Bills being the nail.

Bills WR Stevie Johnson is undoubtedly very aware of the Bills' troubles with the Pats, so he has an idea.

Now that North Korea is running off at the mouth threatening to "mercilessly" attack the United States, Johnson is wondering if perhaps they can do what the Bills CAN'T do, and actually do some damage at Gillette Stadium.



He later backpedaled a bit, giving the Patriots props for being the class of the AFC East for as long as anyone can remember.

Still, it might behoove Johnson to be a little more mindful before he tweets. Never mind the fact that North Korea couldn't find Foxborough, Mass. on a map, much less reach it with anything closely resembling a bomb.
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