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Is Ochocinco Good For the NFL?

Do Chad Johnson's antics detract from the NFL, or are they a breath of fresh air in an often stuffy league?

Posted by Emil Steiner on June 22, 2009 9:00 AM
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brunnegd: Chad has caught too many passes over the middle while not wearing his helmet....

ozpunk: Chad is his own man, an eccentric, bipolar, egomaniacal goof, but it's mostly harmless. I mean, he has some legitimate skill to back up his...

fresno500: Lets face it. There are some people who cannot fairly interpret or judge another, especially across racial lines. We all know about L.A.'s...

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lildg54 Author Profile Page :

No he is a granstanding, all about me bum. Horrible for league. Sometimes character does make a difference and whatever character he has is bad!

brunnegd Author Profile Page :

Chad has caught too many passes over the middle while not wearing his helmet.

ozpunk Author Profile Page :

Chad is his own man, an eccentric, bipolar, egomaniacal goof, but it's mostly harmless. I mean, he has some legitimate skill to back up his persona; he kinda reminds me of Freddie Mitchell, but with talent. It was pretty big of him to play with that torn labrum last season and not throw temper tantrums from the sideline or gripe about not getting the ball. I think perhaps it was a (somewhat) humbling experience and Chad said he talked to McNabb last year about needing just to go out there and have fun. I think that's what we will see this year; just a guy enjoying the game in his own unique way. He isn't a locker room menace like T.O. or Plaxico, he is more innocuous and of a childish sort.

fresno500 Author Profile Page :

Lets face it. There are some people who cannot fairly interpret or judge another, especially across racial lines. We all know about L.A.'s racial calamities pertaining to film watched by whites that concluded no police brutatily while the world has a defferent interpretation.


Case in point, watch Dallas have a .500 season

 
 
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