Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson admits that he is "frustrated" by his side's recent form following their defeat to the Pittsbugh Steelers.
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson has admitted that he was "frustrated" by his side's defeat to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The 27-year-old caught just three passes for 48 yards in the loss at Heinz Field that saw Doug Marrone's team to 3-7 in their season.
"I'm just frustrated," Johnson told the club's official website. "I'm not discouraged by anybody on the team.
"It is a loss. It's very frustrating. My frustration level is a 10. When you're losing games, nobody should be happy."
The Bills face the New York Jets in week 11.
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