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  1. SeanBruschi54

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    Yeah, I like CJ. That looked like a nasty nasty hit. Hope he's okay soon.
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    That was a terrible hit....hope he recovers....:(
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    I like him as a player and think all of the talking and showboating he does is hilarious but that all comes with a price. I think he laid a few dollars down on that hit. :D
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    The interview afterwards is pretty spooky. That has to be the #1 all time JACKED UP!
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    Now I know what my father meant, when he said:

    "I'll knock you into next week !"

    R
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    This one was all on the Bengals coaches.

    Next time Marvin Lewis will probably think twice about throwing the ball with all his stars in the game that was 34-10 with 2 minutes left.
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    the second video is kinda funny

    "how did baabababadoo guys.....HUUUUUUEEEE"

    After he says Hue he looks like he gets nauseau, and is ready to puke inside his shirt.
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    He asked how did Bodden do (referring to Leigh Bodden, the cornerback that was covering him). As for who Hugh is, I have no idea. Maybe that's his nickname for Houshmandzadeh?
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    Sorry, the second link almost made me lose my adult beverage. :D Wow, that is one messed up individual. And they said he didn't have a concussion?!? How is that possible given that interview? That is one punch-drunk concussed dude.

    On the hit itself... that's only illegal if he used his helmet, right? If that's a shoulder to the face, it's okay isn't it? Or is it that whole 'defenseless reciever' thing? Just hard to tell on YouTube resolution... all I can see is one hellacious hit.
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    Doesn't seem to have been posted yet, so here's the link to the espn story on the hit: http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2596441


    Whether he's accurate about the Browns' intent, he certainly is taking this manfully. For all his showboating, Johnson's no whiner. Consider me a bit impressed.
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    Thats why he has so many fans outside the Bengals fanbase.

    He's all about winning and trash talking but if he gets shown up he says he gets shown up. He can dish it out and take it, and if he takes it he smiles and makes sure hes better prepared for the next game.

    He's the only WR i would ever give multiple number 1 picks for.
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    Another reason to despise the Bungles. Thug coach, thug team, and now they like to run up the score too, it seems.

    As for Chad Johnson: you can have him. Loudmouthed, disrespectful, self-absorbed diva-jocks make me ill. If I'm running a team, punks like him aren't even in my area code.
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    Oh man he is so out of it in that interview. His eyes are glazed over and he just seems like he doesn't really know what he's talking about.
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    Johnson epitomizes much of what I dislike about the NFL. He's part of a seemingly never-ending supply of arrogant wide receivers who think they're more important than the team they play for. Nice to see him get clocked.

    That being said I hope he's okay physically.
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    Obviously you dont know Chad Johnson. He doesnt believe that at all. He's all about his teammates. He took a very reasonable contract restructuring when he could of had a ton more cash in FA.

    The only thing he believes in is that he is the best WR in the NFL today (not that absurd) and that no one can stop him (thats his challenge to everyone).
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    Man, he almost got his blond mohawk knocked off. What a hit, maybe he won't be putting down other teams CB's any more. I actually enjoyed that hit, almost as much as seeing T.O. getting knocked around, he took some viscious hits too. CJ is too mouthy for my liking, he got what he deserved.
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    Hey, now he's [size=+1]REALLY[/size] a [size=+3]FATHEAD ![/size]

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    From John Clayton:

    "Meeting of the mouths? Chad Johnson was a little subdued -- and funny -- Wednesday. The Bengals wide receiver is still recovering from a bone-jarring, helmet-removing hit during Sunday's game against the Browns. He said he can't turn his head to the left, he can't look to the right, he can't raise his right shoulder and he can't eat McDonald's because he's on a liquid diet due to a sore jaw. "It's the first time I got hit in six years," Johnson said. "Somebody's got to pay." So Johnson called out Steelers linebacker Joey Porter, whom he called the mouth of the team. He wants Porter to meet him in the middle of the field Sunday when the two teams meet. "

    Wow Chad.....I'm a big fan and all....but thats a death wish right there.
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    I'm sure that Porter will be 'meeting' him all over the field on Sunday.

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    I remember seeing an interview with him and Jim Rome after the "guaranteeing a win" incident. Rome being Rome was badgering him to do the same for the next game, but he wouldn't do it because Marvin told him to stop. You'd have to see the interview to appreciate it, but after that interview I went from thinking he's an arrogant loudmouth to just a fun guy.
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    He doesnt do it to be arrogant. 9 times out of 10 he's laughing about it. Especially when he had Who can stop 85 thing last year?

    The reporters kept asking him about it so he went and made a list and of course no would could stop him.:D
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    Sorry, it is you who don't know Chad Johnson. He isn't all about his teammates - not even close. He is all about Chad Johnson.

    He proved it beyond any argument in the playoffs last year. His teammates had to put up with a halftime tirade in the Pittsburgh game. The Bengals were winning but Chad was throwing a hissy fit because he hadn't gotten enough passes. They were winning a playoff game and he didn't care - it was about how many touches he got.

    Early reports from his teammates said he went so far as to swing at the WRs coach. Marvin Lewis then threatened to cut any player who talked about it and they all shut up. Not even Lewis and Johnson deny his selfish flip out - they only deny the swinging at a coach aspect.

    In a playoff game - that his team was WINNING.

    He is a great player but clearly a selfish player.
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    It looked like a shoulder pad hit. What was the 'illegal' part? I've only seen the hit a few times on youtube and the resolution isn't so great, but I didn't really see anything that just didn't look like a wicked ha'd hit. Is this just yet another part of the Indianapolization of the NFL?
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    Maybe he likes that liquid diet
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    Hear, hear.

    "Obviously you don't know Chad Johnson." Excuse me, SB54, but do you, really?

    I remember hearing about that playoff incident, and not being surprised whatsoever.

    CTPF used the term, the "Indianapolization" of the NFL. I know exactly what he means, and I agree completely.

    Here's another term, the Muhammed Alization of athletes. Why do some jocks, esp. those at the "skill" positions, feel the need to belittle their opponents, both by word and deed, i.e. TD "celebrations"? I have my theories, but I don't have the time.
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    Wow, i knew he got hit hard (saw it on a highlight) but i didn't realize he was that out of it after the game. How he doesn't have a concussion is beyond me:confused:
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    That wasnt the case. He threw a tirade because the Steelers were coming back, Palmer was injured and he said if you get him the ball he would make things happen. He did throw a tirade but that means he's not a team player? Sorry he wants to win the game, i dont blame him for what he did.

    I heard those swinging reports too, originally it was at Marvin Lewis but nothing came of it.

    His team WAS winning. WAS being the key word. Your telling me you wouldnt be furious after the game? Johnson was beating his man all day long he had a legitamate gripe about getting the ball to him more.
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    Take players out of a game to give them rest, not so they won't get hurt. To say I can't play this guy because someone may hit him is a loser mentality. As soon as you start planning on how not to get guys hurt, you start a different mindset and start changing plays etc .

    THis is football.
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    Obviously I don't. But I don't want to know any NFL player. I'd prefer they shut up and play the game. Johnson is arrogant and self-absorbed, and I don't see how his locker room guarantees and end zone dances are in any way "all about his teammates."

    I'm not saying you don't have to like him. I am saying that Chad Johnson-like antics cheapen the game for me.

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