BB and Chad

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  1. SVN

    SVN Hall of Fame Poster

    anyone know what that sideline chat was about and what the MNF crew was talking ? i had them on mute all game...
     
  2. Mainefan

    Mainefan Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    They weren't sure what was going on, but theorized that CJ was bragging to BB about the excellent catch he'd just made. Anyhow, it's pretty clear that BB and CJ have more than just respect for each other--they like each other. It was nice to see.
     
  3. Sporin

    Sporin Practice Squad Player



    BB used the Jedi Mind trick on him, making him run the wrong route and letting the Asante INT happen... brilliant stuff. :singing:
     
  4. Metaphors

    Metaphors In the Starting Line-Up

    I guessing here, so take this with a grain of salt...

    It looked like Chad went over to the Pats sidelines just like he thought it was the Cincy sidelines (kidding around obviously). Belichick looked like he said "What the f*@k are you doing?" with a smirk on his face (obviously a little amused at the antics). Kind of like the Lambeau Leap he tried...only without the beer.

    It is clear that Belichick and Johnson have a mutual admiration thing going on. I can't imagine another player getting a pass from him when goofing around during a game like that. That is completely opposite of Belichick's perceived nature...so it is also clear that people don't know jack about BB. Just the way he likes it...
     
  5. Nordy

    Nordy Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    It's become very clear that BB and Chad really like each other. Johnson should have never signed an extention with the Bengals!


    Maybe he should demand a trade this offseason and come team up with Moss :eek: :D
     
  6. desi-patsfan

    desi-patsfan In the Starting Line-Up

    Chad Johnson...Randy Moss 2.0 for the pats :)
     
  7. Nordy

    Nordy Third String But Playing on Special Teams



    The only problem is he's going to turn 30 soon and I think he has at the least 3 or 4 years left on his contract. The Bengals would be stupid to trade him.
     
  8. Ahriman

    Ahriman Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    For those that don't know, BB and Chad got to know each other a few years back doing some offseason charity work together and have been big fans of each other ever since. BB really respects Chad's work ethic and talents on the field. I think Chad also wishes he were playing for BB; someone that dedicates even more of himself to the game than Chad does.
     
  9. marty

    marty In the Starting Line-Up

    IMO that shot of the two of them was priceless!!!!

    BB continues to build his rep with the guys that count, the players, despite the media's attempts to tear him down. Don't get me wrong, I don't think BB has done himself any favors in the past with his somewhat unapproachable demeanor, but it's tough to be the captain of the ship in this NFL business, and yet BB's fairness with his players and focus on the betterment of his team have won him much respect by the players that matter in this league. It reminds me of AD's comments after the pro bowl when he talked of his surprise at BB's sense of humor. That pro bowl coaching gig was the best thing to happen to BB outside of a little more silver in the trophy case.
     
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  10. BrianPat

    BrianPat Third String But Playing on Special Teams


    I agree completely, I bet LT and many of the other AFC ProBowl players walked away wondering what it would be like to play for him.
     
  11. borg

    borg In the Starting Line-Up

    Chad asked BB where the cameras were hidden...he was looking for a little face time.
    PS...after the Bungles blow up this offseason, I believe the Pats could get him for a fifth rounder :)
     
  12. Nordy

    Nordy Third String But Playing on Special Teams



    A team is going to have to give up a lot more than a 5th rounder if they want Chad.
     
  13. ironwasp

    ironwasp Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    Why? If you can get Randy for a 4th, why not Chad for a 5th. Or perhaps a 6th and Chad Brown. ;)
     
  14. Patriot_in_NY

    Patriot_in_NY Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    There was obviously a little man-love happening between the two, on NATIONAL TV no less. I wonder if that pisses his teammates and coaches off.

    My guess is he told Bill..... "Look, I'm about to Dillon my my ass right out of this crappy town. You got my back, right.... Next year, it'll be you, me, Tommy and Rand. BOOK IT" ;)
     
  15. PatsFaninAZ

    PatsFaninAZ In the Starting Line-Up

    Given the situation, for BB to smile and joke is amazing to me. It was a 10-point game with the Bengals knocking on the door to make it a 3-point game at the half. Neat little moment.
     
  16. nowayback

    nowayback Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    bill said on the big show....that chad bragged about his catch...even though he is being double covered. then asked if BB could single cover him a bit...and BB said..no! you will be double covered all game.
     
  17. BrianPat

    BrianPat Third String But Playing on Special Teams


    That's great, banter back and forth between a great receiver and the others team's HOF coach.
     
  18. skspikex2

    skspikex2 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    #22 Jersey

    Okie the conversation goes like this...

    This is after that nice sliding catch by Chad.

    He went to coach and say something like " Single cover me more"
    BB reply with " No! double coverage for you all the time" with a smile.


    You all notice Chad have the utmost respect to BB.
     
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  19. patchick

    patchick Moderatrix Staff Member PatsFans.com Supporter

    #50 Jersey

    It just struck me...could this conversation have helped trigger Marvin Lewis's tirades against his team? Your star receiver trots over for some affectionate banter with the opposing coach whose team is busy kicking your ass. As much as it charmed Pats fans, it does seem to fit the charges:

    - looking in the mirror and seeing "selfishness"
    - "nowhere in the NFL do guys act like this"
    - "if you don't want to be on this team, don't show up tomorrow"
     
  20. cstjohn17

    cstjohn17 PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    I think BB said 'Don't let Palmer get away with it, I know you ran the right route. Go start a fight with him on the sidelines. He is making a punk out of you."

    BB was then seen giggling like Homer Simpson 'tee hee hee'
     

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