Not necessarily. If Johnson can catch the ball out of the backfield as well as his numbers have shown then there would be no way to telegraph our plays. We could run him to the outside, maybe up the middle, or get him involved in a short passing game. The versatility in his game is what would make him so enticing to us. If he was just a pure runner with 4.24 speed that hadn't shown much of an ability to be a playmaking receiver out of the back-field then he wouldn't have near as much value in our eyes.