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Chad Johnson

Discussion in 'All Other Team Discussions' started by Philtration, Sep 19, 2006.

  1. Philtration
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    Anyone see Chad Johnson get his clock cleaned against the Browns?

    I have been waiting for that one for the last 2 years. Big mouths like T.O., Keyshawn Johnson, Joe Horn and Chad have been asking for it and I am sure that defensive backs around the league loved seeing him get nailed.
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    Oh yeah! How about TO getting hurt? HA! HA!
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    I'd like to see fairweather fans get their clock cleaned.
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    Yea.....also saw his touchdown.
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    Anyone ever notice that 85 has never complained about his coaches or QB, never demanded a trade, and never made a guarantee for his team, only personal guarantees?

    I don't understand how anyone can hate on Chad Johnson.
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    I do. You have to like the largely untalented receivers that play for your own team, i.e. Philtration.
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    I think, of all the WRs mentioned, that Chad Johnson's schtick is truly good natured fun. That said, I personally like the quiet dignity of acting like you have been there before....or jumping in the stands to celebrate with the folks who pay the way.
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    I also see Johnson's act as all in fun. He also gives props when he was shut down by a DB.
    I didn't see the hit, was it bad?
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    Ya im pretty sure his helmet went flying off. He got "jacked up", I have no problem with chad after all he was drafted in the 2nd round and he has become a great WR. Atleast he has yet to pull a TO and start hating his team and QB.
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    sweetvalleyhigh,

    Your avatar is seriously disturbing...
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    I like chad johnson, i just dont like his hair
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    No, Chad is not a bad guy and is a great player but act like you have been there before.
    I don't remember Jerry Rice, Art Monk or any other hall of fame WRs going out of their way to show up the other teams D because they scored a TD.

    When asked if he knew anything about the player who hit him he said "I do now"
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    I saw the replay, a clean hit is a clean hit, I don't want to see anyone get hurt, but i bet Chad thinks twice b/f he celebrates again.
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    Yup. That was my point.
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    Truth be told, I do enjoy his celebrations.

    You have to admit, they are creative and entertaining.
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    I always liked a little celebrating. To me, it makes it more fun. Who can forget TO standing on the Cowboy's "Star", and the Cowboy's DB George Teague (I think it was him) coming out and smacking TO when he tried to do it a second time! Now THAT was fun to watch!!!

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