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    Chad: I'm done celebrating TD's until the Bengals get back to .500

    I like hearing this out of Chad Johnson. Put the focus clearly back on righting this sinking ship.
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    Calipari is not, nor has he ever been accused or "caught", cheating. He himself turned in one of his players (Camby) for dealing with an agent to get one Final Four overturned. The other is all on the NCAA and Rose. (IF Rose cheated.)
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    Re: Chad: I'm done celebrating TD's until the Bengals get back to .500

    Would be better if it was until they won a super bowl, but its a step in the right direction.

    Hopefully he'd also done lamenting TDs that aren't his as well.

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    Re: Chad: I'm done celebrating TD's until the Bengals get back to .500

    I have no clue why he would celebrate in the first part of the season anyway. I really hope we may see a new side of Chad Johnson. Last year all that espn talked about was how Chad brought fun to the game, but how T.O. was a team distraction. I think they may have changed sides. T.O. seems to be well out of the spotlight this year, but Chad just can't stay out of it, even if it means his team losing games.
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    Re: Chad: I'm done celebrating TD's until the Bengals get back to .500

    Chad must be tired of being footballs version of Stepit Fetchit.
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    Re: Chad: I'm done celebrating TD's until the Bengals get back to .500

    Celebrating TDs? He has 28 TDs in the last 4 yrs. He should be grateful if he scores every other game, and he is in the prime of his career.
    By comparison, Randy Moss has 32 TDs in the last 4 yrs, and he is on the downside of his career. When Randy Moss was in his prime he had 43 Tds in 3 yrs. Chad has 44 Tds in 7 yrs.
    That is the difference in class.

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    Re: Chad: I'm done celebrating TD's until the Bengals get back to .500

    Thanks for letting us all know this breaking and very important news Chad.
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    Re: Chad: I'm done celebrating TD's until the Bengals get back to .500

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    Thanks for letting us all know this breaking and very important news Chad.
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    Calipari is not, nor has he ever been accused or "caught", cheating. He himself turned in one of his players (Camby) for dealing with an agent to get one Final Four overturned. The other is all on the NCAA and Rose. (IF Rose cheated.)
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    Re: Chad: I'm done celebrating TD's until the Bengals get back to .500

    No more chicken dances or river dances this year

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    Re: Chad: I'm done celebrating TD's until the Bengals get back to .500

    Quote Originally Posted by GoReds33 View Post
    I have no clue why he would celebrate in the first part of the season anyway. I really hope we may see a new side of Chad Johnson. Last year all that espn talked about was how Chad brought fun to the game, but how T.O. was a team distraction. I think they may have changed sides. T.O. seems to be well out of the spotlight this year, but Chad just can't stay out of it, even if it means his team losing games.
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    Re: Chad: I'm done celebrating TD's until the Bengals get back to .500

    Quote Originally Posted by Betterread View Post
    Celebrating TDs? He has 28 TDs in the last 4 yrs. He should be grateful if he scores every other game, and he is in the prime of his career.
    By comparison, Randy Moss has 32 TDs in the last 4 yrs, and he is on the downside of his career. When Randy Moss was in his prime he had 43 Tds in 3 yrs. Chad has 44 Tds in 7 yrs.
    That is the difference in class.
    Are you imply that Randy Moss is classier than Chad? Or are you stating that Moss is in a different class than Chad for WR's?

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    Re: Chad: I'm done celebrating TD's until the Bengals get back to .500

    So now he's a sad clown.

    Still a clown, though.

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    Re: Chad: I'm done celebrating TD's until the Bengals get back to .500

    Quote Originally Posted by Betterread View Post
    Celebrating TDs? He has 28 TDs in the last 4 yrs. He should be grateful if he scores every other game, and he is in the prime of his career.
    By comparison, Randy Moss has 32 TDs in the last 4 yrs, and he is on the downside of his career. When Randy Moss was in his prime he had 43 Tds in 3 yrs. Chad has 44 Tds in 7 yrs.
    That is the difference in class.
    Moss was the only receiver on his team, while Chad shared TD's with Henry and Housh the past 4 years.

    Who got more yards?
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    Re: Chad: I'm done celebrating TD's until the Bengals get back to .500

    Quote Originally Posted by NorrisHopper30 View Post
    Moss was the only receiver on his team, while Chad shared TD's with Henry and Housh the past 4 years.

    Who got more yards?
    Jerry Porter, Nate Burleson, and Marcus Robinson weren't exactly scrubs. Who has Moss had throwing him the ball the last few years?

    A breaking down Culpepper? Kerry Collins? Aaron Brooks? Not exactly Carson Palmer, eh?
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    Re: Chad: I'm done celebrating TD's until the Bengals get back to .500

    Wow. How many times to your hear a player say that he'll not make a display? Johnson saying it is even more shocking.

    Celebrations are a pretty controversial topic in sports. I wish there were less of them, actually. While watching a football game the other week, a defensive lineman made a tackle for a loss on 2nd Down and went about his celebration. On the next play (3rd and long), the defense gave up the first down. I thought that if he was going to celebrate, he should have waited until they finished the job!!

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    Re: Chad: I'm done celebrating TD's until the Bengals get back to .500

    This is the smartest thing that's come out of his pie hole in a long time. It's only funny if your winning and the Bungles haven't done any of that in a long time.


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