Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson shows off some of his rapping ability with The Game.

Okay, Stevie Johnson isn't a horrible rapper.  I'm going to grade on a curve here.  Stevie Johnson is a professional football player.  That should be taken into account.  Most athletes are sucky rappers.  Just sayin'.  With that in mind, I think Stevie did a respectable job in this song.  Granted, he's no Lil Wayne or anything, but he's pretty good rapper for an athlete.

Stevie Johnson recorded the song "Run It Back" with a real rapper; The Game.  You can obviously hear the difference in skills between them.  The Game raps for a living.  You'd probably see a big difference if The Game put on a pair of cleats and caught passes from Ryan Fitzpatrick too though. 

"Run It Back" is decent at best.  There are a few good lines in the song, but the hook is absolutely brutal.  The chorus is the moneymaker in music.  This chorus leaves a ton to be desired.  It's tougher than it seems to rap.  I happen to be a professional broadcaster (kind of).  I put together this parody bit for the Friday edition of "The Noe Show."  Enjoy my immense rapping talent.

Brian Noe is the Brand Manager at 104.5 The Team, ESPN Radio in Albany, NY.  Brian also hosts “The Noe Show” each weekday from 1-3pm ET on WTMM.