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  1. Bostonian1962

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    Chad Johnson was on Sirius NFL Radio tonight, and I swear I would have thought he was a Patriots' player.

    Adam Schein asked him about the Patriots "running up the score", and he completely came to BB and the Patriots' defense. He said "I love it, and I would too". When asked he talked about the players and fans that said the Patriots should have an asterisk next to the Super Bowl wins, and he laughed at that and said "YEAH RIGHT". Adam Schein said that he agreed with Johnson that that kind of talk was "garbage", and Johnson said because of that, the Patriots were making a statement.

    I wish I didn't have the memory of an 85 year old, because I was loving what I was hearing. My take was that he was laughing at the excuse makers big time, and enjoying the Patriots doing what they are doing.

    This dude and BB really respect and like each other, and it's kind of cool, to be honest.
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    This guy wants to play here, I'm telling you. Too bad it can't happen.
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    Maybe he and Chad Jackson can change places on the roster for a while.

    Or would that be too much of an over-kill?


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    Chad Johnson - 'nuff said
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    Ya think anyone would notice?
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    Funny, you wrote: the memory of an 85 year old.

    Ocho Cinco Baby, coming to New England in 2008.
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    Get this guy on this team ASAP. Everyone knows he wants to be a Pat so why wait until he becomes more disgruntled in Cincy.
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    LOL, now that's funny stuff.
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    Let's try it and find out. :D After all, what more can they say??

    :singing:



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    Ooh, very observant. I'd like to say it was intentional, but I'm not that bright.
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    The mind works in mysterious ways sometimes!!



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    I thought this was about Chad JACKson for a second and all I could think was, "Who wants to talk to HIM?" and "Why the Hell is he saying all that?!" and "Why are there Pats fans who think that's a good idea for him to say that?!"
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    My only comment to you in Iraq, is stay safe my friend. Thanks for doing what you do for all of us. Having said that: GO PATRIOTS! :)
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    I wonder what Bengals fans think of Chad. I like the guy, but then again I don't follow his team very closely. Is he a selfish player? Does he contribute to the chemistry problems on that team?
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    oh my god... i can almost see it... ocho cinco in a pats jersey in 08....
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    I have two close friends who are Bengal fans, and they love the guy. I think he's great, and hope that I would say that even if he wasn't ripping the anti-Patriot whiners.
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    We are a little weak at WR1:)
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    #75 Jersey

    We used to say the same thing about Randy Moss. :D
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    I would strongly consider trading down in the first round and getting an extra second and maybe a first rounder next year, and ship the low first rounder or the second rounder to Cincy for Chad Johnson.

    He is rumored to be on the outs in Cincy anyways, and I find it doubtful that Moss and Stallworth will both be back next year.

    This guy loves Belichick and Belichick seems to love Chad Johnson. That guy has some serious talent and we need to keep the WR position stocked going forward.
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    There are several "mumblings" that CJ does want out of Cincy at the end of this year. No dought, BB will go after this guy strong! That said, I also see NE keeping the WR Tandem that they currently have. The only ones on the bubble I see are Brown, Jackson and Gaffney. Moss, Stallworth and Welker are all locks for several more seasons.
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    Just close your eyes and picture that:

    Chad Johnson

    Randy Moss

    Stallworth

    Welker

    Watson

    WOW....

    What is also pretty cool is we have 4/5ths of that WOW right now!!!
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    If Brady plays for like $3 next year, and lives off his endorsements, maybe they'll have cap room.
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    Chad will be in NE in three years when Moss starts slowing down.
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    If Ocho Cinco was to come to Foxboro, Stallworth would be nowhere in sight. It'd be Moss-Johnson-Welker, no doubt about it.
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    As has been pointed out by others, the NFL actually ENCOURAGES teams to run up the score, as you'll notice in their tiebreaking procedures

    1. Head-to-Head
    2. Division Record
    3. Common Games
    4. Conference Record
    5. Strength of Victory
    6. Strength of Schedule
    7. Combined Ranking Among Conference Teams (points scored and points allowed)
    8. Combined Ranking Among All Teams (points scored and points allowed)
    9. Net Points (common games)
    10. Net Points (all games)
    11. Net Touchdowns (all games)


    Unless folks have forgotten, there's an other undefeated team out there and points scored could be an issue should both teams end the season tied for the best record.

    So we're supposed to forgo winning a tie breaker because other team players have sensitive feelings?

    Should we take a dive on "head to head" and "division record" tie breaking standings because we're worried about bruising their fragile egos too?

    Geesh.
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    7 and 8 are tiebreakers involving points for and points allowed, as well. If it gets that far, though, I think we're in the twilight zone.
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    I know! He loves BB and BB loves him... would be a great fit but we're already stacked at WR. He's a good sh*t I like him
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    Cinci is not trading Johnson. The cap tag hit would be pretty high for Cinci. Dream if you wish. However, IF Cinci wanted to trade him, the annual cap costs for us would be more than reasonable, including a team option in 2011. How much is he worth? He is easily worth our first (which is worth two lower level firsts); but it's not happening. Maybe in a couple of years.
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    true, but after Moss retires in 3 years? after his 3rd sb? (thats rit, u read it right)

    then we could bring in chad johnsonto replace him...LOL, well have chad, and chad on the outsides, with welker in middle, and an older stallworth in 4th spot
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