Keyshawn Johnson: ’96 WR class better than current rookies
ESPN’s Keyshawn Johnson joined the show to talk about the big stories around the League.
Johnson talked about his famous 1996 wide receiver class, considered by many the best ever. Johnson said it’s not even close, the ’96 class is better than the current class — it’s just that teams didn’t throw as much back then.
Johnson also weighed in on the 49ers. He said that everyone is ripping Colin Kaepernick now, but wait until he gets a new coach and gets settled down again.
Johnson also weighed in on MVP. He’d pick J.J. Watt because he defines the award as the most valuable player to his team.