No. But it might beat out an agnp in primary care or urgent care that needs someone who covers the life span. I could be mistaken, but I'm under the impression they were wondering about more specific specialties that aren't covered by a specific np path. Things like derm, urology, endocrine, cardiac, etc.
Though I agree the versatility is a facade. Imo if you go fnp, you go because you want to provide primary care to the broadest range of patients you can impact. Nothing more frustrating than working with an fnp who sets limits on their patient panel. I worked with one recently who saw a B.C. frequent flier. He refused to do a gyn check for bv because it was against his religion, but wouldn't treat her based on symptoms or history without current cultures. He handed her the swab to culture herself.