He was at the receiving end of their passes for four teams in 11 seasons.
Aside from being a three-time Pro Bowler, he also won Super Bowl XXXVII with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Nowadays, he has become an analyst for ESPN and appears in their NFL-themed programming.
He gets to share his thoughts about what’s happening in the league through Get Up and First Take.
Johnson also has a radio show with former NBA player Jay Williams and Max Kellerman.
It’s on these shows that he gets to share thoughts like this one below, which his colleague Dianna Russini did not agree with.
Joe Burrow? Justin Herbert?
I don’t know… Tom Brady! https://t.co/WDze8CsDeQ
— Dianna Russini (@diannaESPN) June 29, 2022
When asked about the scariest quarterbacks in the NFL, Johnson revealed his top five choices.
Russini has a valid point because Brady threw for 5,316 yards and 43 touchdowns last season.
Burrow led the Cincinnati Bengals to Super Bowl LVI and Herbert had 5,014 yards and 38 touchdowns.
Making Sense Of Johnson’s Selection
Rodgers is the reigning Most Valuable Player and his accuracy is second to none.
That attribute can get defensive players demoralized because Rodgers will get his completions anyway.
As for the other four quarterbacks, they have the ability to scramble out of the pocket and turn nothing into something.
Jackson could have had another 1,000-yard rushing season if not for his ankle injury.
Likewise, Allen has more rushing touchdowns than Jackson.
Mahomes and Murray can extend plays with their feet, with the former already winning a Super Bowl.
Perhaps that’s how Johnson quantified the word “scary.”