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7 Questions With Jeremy Johnson

7 Questions with John Tyler Lions' quarterback Jeremy Johnson.

Maya: Who would you rather throw to, Terrell Owens or Roy Williams?
Jeremy: I'd probably rather throw to TO because he's stronger than Roy Williams and he's more of a target than Roy Williams so I'd probably throw to TO.

Maya: Your biggest play this season?
Jeremy: My biggest play this season I think was against Texas High when I fumbled the snap and I picked it back up and I just started running for my life.

Maya: Your celebrity dream date?
Jeremy: My celebrity dream date would probably be Beyonce because she's like the most beautiful girl in the world to me.

Maya: Team goal for this season?
Jeremy: Not only make it to the playoffs but go deep in the playoffs. Like make it farther. We don't want to go just run around and say alright we made it to the playoffs. We want to be in the playoffs and go for a long time.

Maya: What was your district motivation?
Jeremy: I was just wanting to start the district off right and get it going because I know it's a lot of good quarterbacks in district this year. I just want to be the one at the top.

Maya: The biggest game for the Lions this season?
Jeremy: The biggest game for us will be against Lee so we can be able to win. We haven't been able to beat them in like two years so I'm just ready to beat Lee again.

Maya: The return of Cujo or Cujo never left?
Jeremy: It never left. We're just bringing it back up to the top. We're number one.

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