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JustBonee
09-28-2005, 05:58 PM
Great!! .. Are we in for a Sunday afternoon of song and dance? :um:

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ap-bengals-dancinchad&prov=ap&type=lgns

wrestler4life
09-28-2005, 06:00 PM
I hope someone freakin destroys him! What a dumb *******.
(wouldn't it be nice, though, if we had this as a problem?)

Corrosion
09-28-2005, 06:10 PM
Great!! .. Are we in for a Sunday afternoon of song and dance? :um:


Depends on how often P-Bunt is ATTEMPTING to cover Either of those recievers ...... I dont mind the celebrations as long as they dont go too far .... Sharpies and cell phones are a bit over board .... I kinda liked the time T.O. gave the Star a ball .... Im sure Cowpie fans loved that one :texflag:

ohwhyknott
09-28-2005, 06:10 PM
Great!! .. Are we in for a Sunday afternoon of song and dance? :um:

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ap-bengals-dancinchad&prov=ap&type=lgns
Did you see the river dance, last week?---That was too much!!---Okay, I'll admit it---I'm from Cincy. Just came over to wish you all a great game this week!---It's been fun razing on your fans this week, Thinking it was the Texans, but it seems like Houston still has the LUV YA BLUES!!!---Right down to the color of the local police cars.---(I used to live there)---But seriously, things are looking up in Houston!!!---Dom Capers---is a great coach!!!---Just hang with them, & you'll see some pretty darn good football real soon!!!---I just hope it's not THIS sunday!!!---Welcome to Cincinnatti, TEXANS!!!---It's time to dance!

Double Barrel
09-28-2005, 06:20 PM
Man, something not to look forward to this Sunday.

Showboats...pfft! :loser Act like you've been there before.

Chad Johnson's mouth makes me root for the Steelers...who he gets to face twice a year! :whistle:

Good luck with that Wildcard spot, Bengals-fan.

rmartin65
09-28-2005, 06:29 PM
this is good, remember what he did with the browns?

ohwhyknott
09-28-2005, 06:31 PM
Depends on how often P-Bunt is ATTEMPTING to cover Either of those recievers ...... I dont mind the celebrations as long as they dont go too far .... Sharpies and cell phones are a bit over board .... I kinda liked the time T.O. gave the Star a ball .... Im sure Cowpie fans loved that one :texflag:
I saw that & just about fell off my chair---LOL!!!---I know in the publics eyes Chad is like those guys(MOSS & T.O.)---but please believe me, the kid is just having fun!--He gives so much of his time to the people of Cincinnatti, it makes you wonder when he has time to sleep!---I saw him get chewed out at training camp, because he was spending too much time with kids signing autoghaphs, and such. On Tuesday of last week, he let a local T.V. crew follow him around the city while he talked to people on the street!--He's really a great kid, & I wish the rest of the country could see that!--We love him to death, & he's genuinly happy to help out with charity's & the sort. I know that's not unique. The N.F.L. is known for the United Way, among other charities, I think he's a lot like Marvin Harrison,---But he reaches for the stars a little more! Any way---Good Luck this week, & I hope & pray both teams come out of it healthy & ready for the next game!!!---GO BENGALS!!!---& please forgive Chad, he's okay!!

ohwhyknott
09-28-2005, 06:36 PM
this is good, remember what he did with the browns?
Yea!!!---Boy did he ever catch heck for the Pepto-Bismol game, He sent a case of the pink stuff to the DB,s of Cleveland, & could'nt catch a ball all day!!!---But that's what I meant by Chad's just having fun!!!---Too Funny---LOL!!!

ohwhyknott
09-28-2005, 06:42 PM
I hope someone freakin destroys him! What a dumb *******.
(wouldn't it be nice, though, if we had this as a problem?)
That's what Chicago thought, but you saw what happened to them!!!---Now don't be hatin' buddy---That's not what I'm here for!!!---Oh yea---I don't know if you know this, but---Cincy took a knee, on the Chicago 3 yrd. line with over a min. to go in the game or it could have been worse---Not to mention the T.D. they took away from T.J. Houshmanzadeh.

Holden135
09-28-2005, 06:48 PM
Im a texan fan but i love Chad Johnson. He does everything with intentions of having fun. All of his teammates love him and all his opponents respect him. Him and Fred Smoot had a little light hearted verbal war before their game a few weeks ago and they hugged before the game. He doesn't take cheap shots at people like T.O. and he doesn't get into trouble like Moss. I think the guy is good for the game. Like it has been said time and time again. If you don't want him to dance in the end zone don't let him get there. I hope Daunta hears this!

ohwhyknott
09-28-2005, 06:57 PM
Man, something not to look forward to this Sunday.

Showboats...pfft! :loser Act like you've been there before.

Chad Johnson's mouth makes me root for the Steelers...who he gets to face twice a year! :whistle:

Good luck with that Wildcard spot, Bengals-fan.
Are you kidding???---SUPER BOWL in the same place it all started, the Pontiac Silverdome. Home of Super Bowl XVI!!! & you don't have to remind me, I know we lost!---Do they really keep all the stuff The Squeelers have to say, out of the public eye? Man they dogged Houston like you would'nt believe! & at least I'm TRYING to be nice!!! So then buddy---get ready for a major butt-whippin!!! I COULD have told you what I REALLY think!!!---WHO DEY PAL!!! How do you like me NOW?

ohwhyknott
09-28-2005, 07:01 PM
Im a texan fan but i love Chad Johnson. He does everything with intentions of having fun. All of his teammates love him and all his opponents respect him. Him and Fred Smoot had a little light hearted verbal war before their game a few weeks ago and they hugged before the game. He doesn't take cheap shots at people like T.O. and he doesn't get into trouble like Moss. I think the guy is good for the game. Like it has been said time and time again. If you don't want him to dance in the end zone don't let him get there. I hope Daunta hears this!
Finally a voice of reason---I knew there was still decent people in Houston & not carrying grudges from the old Oil Slick days!!!---You & Sassy are okay!!!---See ya Sunday---I'm outta here before one of those rednecks kills me---LOL!!!

Double Barrel
09-28-2005, 07:25 PM
I don't hold a grudge against the Bengals, especially from ancient history like the Oilers. Matter-of-fact, I've got lot of respect for your head coach and much of your team.

I just don't like showboats. They are all about the individual player over the team. Football is a team sport, by the way, and without a line protecting the QB allowing him to throw the ball, players like Johnson would have nothing to showboat about.

Leave the dancing for the cheerleaders on the sideline. Football players should have a little respect for the rest of the team and stop all the "look at me!" nonsense. That kind of display should be left for tennis players. It's all about the cameras and SportsCenter highlights...immature mentality, IMHO.

And when these little goofy antics attract attention, don't go cryin' when some LB or safety jacks him up in the middle of the field and leaves his limp body lying there moaning and groaning, because don't believe for an instant that showboating displays don't put a target on their back. Add mouth to that equation, and you're just asking for trouble.

He might get away with it now, but it's only a matter of time...because that is "entertainment".

metalmike
09-28-2005, 07:31 PM
:texflag: :texans:
Chad Johnson is one of the best recievers in the league. Too bad he is a major clownass. I would take Andre Johnson over him any day. He is a class act in every aspect. You'll never see him dancing and acting like a clown. Sure hope coach feeds him the ball more. Go Texans!!! Whip the Bungals

Vinny
09-28-2005, 07:39 PM
I thought it was pretty funny. Just a little riverboat blast.

http://media.putfile.com/Movie9182

BengalStripes
09-28-2005, 07:46 PM
I would take Andre Johnson over him any day. He is a class act in every aspect. You'll never see him dancing and acting like a clown. Sure hope coach feeds him the ball more. Go Texans!!! Whip the Bungals

Week 1 : 3 catches for 18 yards

Week 2 : 4 catches for 20 yards

I guess I wouldn't be dancing either. The Bengals D has more receptions than your #1 receiver. :neener:

BengalStripes
09-28-2005, 07:49 PM
I thought it was pretty funny. Just a little riverboat blast.

http://media.putfile.com/Movie9182

Yeah, the guy is just having fun. He doesn't mean any disrespect, he just loves to entertain.

Face it, if everyone just handed the ball off to the ref and never spoke trash about the other team the NFL would be pretty boring. I have no problem with the players that don't "showboat", nor do I have a problems with the ones that do. It takes all kinds.

Storm
09-28-2005, 08:28 PM
http://nastypimp.com/thiniceentertainment/mp3/Moe_Tre_Bengals_Song_Sample.mp3

He's going to rap and here's the lyrics

Youngstown Colt
09-28-2005, 08:35 PM
The thing you need to know about Chad is his opponants have no problem with what he does after he scores. He always talks to them and congratulates them after the game.

Even the Browns DBs were laughing when they got the package of Pepto. If the players think it's all in good fun, why should the fans think any different?

Cincinnatikid
09-28-2005, 08:49 PM
I don't hold a grudge against the Bengals, especially from ancient history like the Oilers. Matter-of-fact, I've got lot of respect for your head coach and much of your team.

I just don't like showboats. They are all about the individual player over the team. Football is a team sport, by the way, and without a line protecting the QB allowing him to throw the ball, players like Johnson would have nothing to showboat about.

Leave the dancing for the cheerleaders on the sideline. Football players should have a little respect for the rest of the team and stop all the "look at me!" nonsense. That kind of display should be left for tennis players. It's all about the cameras and SportsCenter highlights...immature mentality, IMHO.

And when these little goofy antics attract attention, don't go cryin' when some LB or safety jacks him up in the middle of the field and leaves his limp body lying there moaning and groaning, because don't believe for an instant that showboating displays don't put a target on their back. Add mouth to that equation, and you're just asking for trouble.

He might get away with it now, but it's only a matter of time...because that is "entertainment".
Off the field the guy is low key, quiet, and a model citizen. Maybe he is so good because he can put that extra swagger in his step on the field. He knows he is good and believes in himself and his team. And maybe he has a target on his chest, but he does that also for his team. If he is the main attraction that leaves 3 or 4 other guys left open on the field. The guy isnt stupid. He is gonna get his and the rest of the team will get that many more. He is a guy you can see walking around a mall on off days and you wouldnt even notice him if you didnt know who he was. So maybe you guys can lay off him celebrating his touchdowns. He doesnt plant things to use like sharpies and cell phones, so easy. You are probably just mad that you dont have him on the Texans. He may have a swagger but it gets him into the endzone every week.

rmartin65
09-28-2005, 08:50 PM
i live in cincinnatti so i hear a lot about him. he sounds like a nice guy, gives a lot to charity, and livens up the games. and he has not gone overboard.

yet

metalmike
09-28-2005, 08:54 PM
Week 1 : 3 catches for 18 yards

Week 2 : 4 catches for 20 yards

I guess I wouldn't be dancing either. The Bengals D has more receptions than your #1 receiver. :neener:
:texans: :texflag:
Put Chad in our brillant run all the time off. He would be about the same. Andre's bigger and more physical. Chad has an all around better team around him than Andre. Whatever, there both pretty damm good, I was just bringing the point that Chad has to have all this attention around him. Like a middle child or something. Andre was money all year last year and didn't pop off or look like an *****. I would say Chad's a little better than Moss or Carol Owens. At least he hasn't walked off the field before the game was over.

HJam72
09-28-2005, 09:13 PM
I've never had a problem with celebrations, even though some of them can be kind of stupid (haven't even noticed any recently). I think they should just allow them and have a time limit on them or something. No running all the way to the middle of the field to put the ball there or whatever. Taunting should also be kept to a certain minimum, otherwise the Texans would be humiliated. :rolleyes:

Scottyboy
09-28-2005, 10:19 PM
Im all for Chad Johnson's endzone celebrations! Nothing wrong with that at all! When I Played High school football, I looked forward to doing a jig myself in the endzone!! Scoring a Touchdown is the best feeling! SO dance, have fun with it, whatever floats your boat! Im with Vinny, I thought it was Funny! I respect Chad Johnson, He's a great player! But Im a die hard Texans fan, SO I hope he doesnt score!! GO Texans!! :texflag:

edo783
09-28-2005, 10:27 PM
Unlike Owens and Moss who are just all about themselves, I think Chad MIGHT be just goofing around and pulling peoples leggs. The reason I suspect that is that he isn't like that away from the game, but the other two knucklheads are.

FILO_girl
09-28-2005, 11:24 PM
I thought it was pretty funny. Just a little riverboat blast.

http://media.putfile.com/Movie9182

hahaha! First time I have seen this (been neglecting my ESPN).

At least the kid has rhythm. :hyper:

#9#9#9#9#9
09-28-2005, 11:37 PM
so you actually think the texans are gonna stop chad? HAHAHA!!!

Scottyboy
09-28-2005, 11:55 PM
Sure do, TRRRROOOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!
I'll bet he doesnt score!! how do u like those Apples! :goodnight

#9#9#9#9#9
09-29-2005, 12:15 AM
we'll see come sunday buddy.

LBblitz
09-29-2005, 12:24 AM
The dancing a celebrating is fine with me because I have always thought football was a game of emotions. As long as it is not disrespectful and is just for fun I think it is alright. I am a fan of chad's and think he and andre johnson are on the same level (even though the stats dont say that this year because dre cant control how many times he is thrown to. and from double coverage).

TexanFanInCC
09-29-2005, 03:04 AM
Great!! .. Are we in for a Sunday afternoon of song and dance? :um:

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ap-bengals-dancinchad&prov=ap&type=lgns

i dont really give a rats butt what he does, bc he can back up his talk with the best of em.

outofhnd
09-29-2005, 03:48 AM
I dont mind him dancing either, but it sure would be nice to see him eating a slice of humble pie on monday after getting shutdown on sunday.

Davis37
09-29-2005, 03:52 AM
Im not a big fan of end zone celebrations especially when you pull out a cell phone or sharpie. I gotta say i loved the river dance Chad did Sunday. That was hallarious! At least he did something funny and original unlike Moss's "moon" or TO's "little workout". I think he is a top 10 reciever and I hope that Dre will get his time to shine like Chad once we get a decent OL.

PS. This has to be the stupidist thing Ive ever heard...
http://nastypimp.com/thiniceentertainment/mp3/Moe_Tre_Bengals_Song_Sample.mp3

He's going to rap and here's the lyrics

BengalStripes
09-29-2005, 04:46 AM
:texans: :texflag:
Put Chad in our brillant run all the time off. He would be about the same. Andre's bigger and more physical. Chad has an all around better team around him than Andre. Whatever, there both pretty damm good, I was just bringing the point that Chad has to have all this attention around him. Like a middle child or something. Andre was money all year last year and didn't pop off or look like an *****. I would say Chad's a little better than Moss or Carol Owens. At least he hasn't walked off the field before the game was over.

LOL @ "Carol" Owens. That's good.

Yeah, I know Andre is solid. I've got him on my fantasy team. He hasn't reaped me any rewards just yet, but I have faith. I just hope he doesn't start this Sunday.

TheOgre
09-29-2005, 05:33 AM
Just keep in mind that Chad Johnson is cousin to Keyshawn Johnson. They obviously inherited the same loud mouth. At least Chad has more talent of the too.

funraker
09-29-2005, 06:21 AM
I don't hold a grudge against the Bengals, especially from ancient history like the Oilers. Matter-of-fact, I've got lot of respect for your head coach and much of your team.

I just don't like showboats. They are all about the individual player over the team. Football is a team sport, by the way, and without a line protecting the QB allowing him to throw the ball, players like Johnson would have nothing to showboat about.

Leave the dancing for the cheerleaders on the sideline. Football players should have a little respect for the rest of the team and stop all the "look at me!" nonsense. That kind of display should be left for tennis players. It's all about the cameras and SportsCenter highlights...immature mentality, IMHO.

And when these little goofy antics attract attention, don't go cryin' when some LB or safety jacks him up in the middle of the field and leaves his limp body lying there moaning and groaning, because don't believe for an instant that showboating displays don't put a target on their back. Add mouth to that equation, and you're just asking for trouble.

He might get away with it now, but it's only a matter of time...because that is "entertainment".

Touchdowns are hard to come by. What's wrong with a player sharing his excitement and joy when he scores? Maybe you need to change the glasses through which you see the celebration - so you can smile instead of get angry. This is, afterall, a GAME. And games are meant to be be entertaining and fun to play. Don't the fans celebrate when our teams score? Some of the things we fans do in celebration make the players antics look mild! So why not let the player enjoy the moment just like us fans? It's Sunday afternoon during football season. It's a game. And we only get to experience this for a brief time each year. Sunday's during football season are fun for us and the players as well. But maybe you're a fan that sits on his hands and doesn't smile when your team scores because that might be selfish and disrespectful of the game. Having emotions are part of the human being. Chill out and have fun on Sundays! And if you can't, at least let the rest of us do it - including the players.

funraker
09-29-2005, 06:45 AM
Unlike Owens and Moss who are just all about themselves, I think Chad MIGHT be just goofing around and pulling peoples leggs. The reason I suspect that is that he isn't like that away from the game, but the other two knucklheads are.

You're right on. Owens and Moss go beyond just having fun. History shows they are problem children for their teams. They demonstrate selfishness. Chad is just having fun. Anyone who's followed Chad through his career realizes it's his nature to have fun, be loose - and at the same time be a great team player and totally dedicated to the game. Sometimes he sleeps in the locker room overnight because he stays so late and starts so early. He's a perfectionist when it comes to being the best he can be. He had a DVD made of all 16 of his dropped passes in 2004 and he's watched it 30+ times to learn what he did wrong! Now he's even better for it. Hey, if a guy is this dedicated to what he does, and succeeds, should it be surprising he feels great about it? He's a big team player and real big when it comes to selflessness in the Cincinnati community. He's NOT all about Chad. That's what many people outside of Cincinnati DON'T know about Chad Johnson. Owens and Moss could learn a lot from Chad if they ever stopped thinking of themselves.

covcath1
09-29-2005, 09:15 AM
:texflag: :texans:
Chad Johnson is one of the best recievers in the league. Too bad he is a major clownass. I would take Andre Johnson over him any day. He is a class act in every aspect. You'll never see him dancing and acting like a clown. Sure hope coach feeds him the ball more. Go Texans!!! Whip the Bungals


Wouldn't A.J actually have to get into the endzone once in a while before acting like clownass :neener: ...just kidding I have him on my fantasy team and I hope he lights it up....after this weekend.

exclude
09-29-2005, 09:18 AM
That Riverdance is hillarious!!!

To my fellow Texan fans: lighten up, football is supposed to be entertaining. And that dance entertained :thumbup

touttail
09-29-2005, 10:26 AM
Bet Sassy Texan is a better dancer. Hell she can dance with a beer in both hands!

bobby 119C :yahoo:

Double Barrel
09-29-2005, 12:21 PM
Face it, if everyone just handed the ball off to the ref and never spoke trash about the other team the NFL would be pretty boring.

Really...you think the game of FOOTBALL is boring unless you get drama and dancing football players. :hmmm:

Y'know, you guys are right...we should let payers do WHATEVER they feel like, regardless of how outrageous it is in the end. I mean, standards smandards, let them go showboat and the league should just abandon any rules limiting celebrations.

Made a tackle? Dance and start a chorus line!

Run for two yards? Grab three midgets and start juggling!

Yay, it's a circus!! Where's the clowns?

What was I thinking? The marketing could be pure genius! I mean, the NFL could be just like WWE in no time!

"Football is just soooooo boring unless we get lots of bs to keep us interested..." :listening

[/sarcasm]

Amazing you don't see this junk in baseball...
hmmmm...perhaps getting hit with a 95 mph fastball has something to do with it....

:whistle:

bengaldoogie
09-29-2005, 01:42 PM
Man, something not to look forward to this Sunday.

Showboats...pfft! :loser Act like you've been there before.

Chad Johnson's mouth makes me root for the Steelers...who he gets to face twice a year! :whistle:

Good luck with that Wildcard spot, Bengals-fan.

Beats the "spot" you'll be in! Last spot!! HAHAHA!!!

Exascor
09-29-2005, 01:51 PM
Beats the "spot" you'll be in! Last spot!! HAHAHA!!!Funny! Haha! :yap

Double Barrel
09-29-2005, 02:26 PM
Beats the "spot" you'll be in! Last spot!! HAHAHA!!!'

Something your franchise knows all about! "HAHAHA!!!"

Back-to-back .500 seasons sure fools you people. *cough* :loser *cough*

covcath1
09-29-2005, 02:39 PM
'

Something your franchise knows all about! "HAHAHA!!!"

Back-to-back .500 seasons sure fools you people. *cough* :loser *cough*

we also know about trips to the Superbowl...If it wasn't for that gosh darn Joe Montana, we could say we were Champions at one point.

Double Barrel
09-29-2005, 03:25 PM
we also know about trips to the Superbowl...If it wasn't for that gosh darn Joe Montana, we could say we were Champions at one point.

yep, Joe Cool left lots of losers in his trail towards four Championships, 'eh?

And....uhhh...he didn't dance after his TDs, either. (Same with Jerry "Greatest.Receiver.Ever" Rice) :rolleyes:

Cincinnatikid
09-29-2005, 03:46 PM
yep, Joe Cool left lots of losers in his trail towards four Championships, 'eh?

And....uhhh...he didn't dance after his TDs, either. (Same with Jerry "Greatest.Receiver.Ever" Rice) :rolleyes:


I think you need to relax a bit and stop arguing with everyone. Obviously you dont like Chad Johnson and you dont like there to be any celebration. Thats great for you, but is it really necessary to continue to argue with anyone that thinks otherwise? Some people like a little celebration, but its not hurting the other teams feelings so why do you let it bother you

TheOgre
09-29-2005, 03:48 PM
I never thought I would say this, but I actually want to see a dangling Chad.

Double Barrel
09-29-2005, 03:59 PM
I think you need to relax a bit and stop arguing with everyone. Obviously you dont like Chad Johnson and you dont like there to be any celebration. Thats great for you, but is it really necessary to continue to argue with anyone that thinks otherwise? Some people like a little celebration, but its not hurting the other teams feelings so why do you let it bother you

Relax? I'm not uptight.

Arguing? I'm not arguing, either.

Nice assumptions on your part. You've made it into an artform, actually....speaking out of your assumption and all that.

Forums are for respectfully expressing one's opinion....and trolling if you're a Bengals fan. :heh: (btw, any reason you feel the need to troll our forum instead of hanging at your own team's?)

I've got nothing against Chad Johnson. Dude's got talent. I've never disputed that, and I've never attacked him personally.

I just don't dig showboating. The greatest of the greats in the NFL did NOT show boat - Walter Peyton, Emmitt Smith, Earl Campbell, Jerry Rice, etc. - and this thread is dedicated to the discussion of showboating.

Obviously you're a troll, and the sooner this Sunday's game is over, the sooner you Bengals trolls will be out of here. :cool:

YellerLotYeller
09-29-2005, 04:02 PM
I never thought I would say this, but I actually want to see a dangling Chad.

lol :bag:

Cincinnatikid
09-29-2005, 04:54 PM
Relax? I'm not uptight.

Arguing? I'm not arguing, either.

Nice assumptions on your part. You've made it into an artform, actually....speaking out of your assumption and all that.

Forums are for respectfully expressing one's opinion....and trolling if you're a Bengals fan. :heh: (btw, any reason you feel the need to troll our forum instead of hanging at your own team's?)

I've got nothing against Chad Johnson. Dude's got talent. I've never disputed that, and I've never attacked him personally.

I just don't dig showboating. The greatest of the greats in the NFL did NOT show boat - Walter Peyton, Emmitt Smith, Earl Campbell, Jerry Rice, etc. - and this thread is dedicated to the discussion of showboating.

Obviously you're a troll, and the sooner this Sunday's game is over, the sooner you Bengals trolls will be out of here. :cool:

That is good one buddy. If you care to look at my join date you will see the year 2004. Seems a one week troll doesnt join two years before the game. I would also like you to know that because i live in cincinnati does not mean i am not a texans fan. I have actually followed them very closely, watching everyone of their games the last 3 years. I went to three games last season (at Chicago, at Indy and at Tenn.) So i think i have put my time in and have some insight. I also happen to love my home town team. And I think that by me stating my opinions on the matter and having some more exposure to Chad Johnson being that we are in the same city and I can see more of him other than ESPN, then maybe my opinion may have some credibility. I never had a problem with your opinions, its great you dont like "showboating" but make your point and move on. My point is why do you need to argue with people that say they like the dancing and celebrations. You can watch the game for the x's and o's but someone may like to just be entertained and not care about details.

ohwhyknott
09-29-2005, 05:06 PM
I don't hold a grudge against the Bengals, especially from ancient history like the Oilers. Matter-of-fact, I've got lot of respect for your head coach and much of your team.

I just don't like showboats.

He might get away with it now, but it's only a matter of time...because that is "entertainment".
Testy are we?---You gotta catch him first, but I do agree that does put a target on his back, He knows that, & he's obviously not scared of it!!!---It's all about the money in the game today. & playing on a small market team, you've got to grab all the headlines you can!!!---Besides, if he played on YOUR team, I'm sure you would'nt feel that way!!!---YOU CAN'T STOP 85, so get ready to dance!!!

ohwhyknott
09-29-2005, 05:31 PM
:texans: :texflag:
Put Chad in our brillant run all the time off. He would be about the same. Andre's bigger and more physical. Chad has an all around better team around him than Andre. Whatever, there both pretty damm good, I was just bringing the point that Chad has to have all this attention around him. Like a middle child or something. Andre was money all year last year and didn't pop off or look like an *****. I would say Chad's a little better than Moss or Carol Owens. At least he hasn't walked off the field before the game was over.
Carol Owens---funny!!!---& Andre IS tough!!!---Kinda wish we had him, but they let Peter Warrick just go, so I guess we don't really need him. P-Dub was a first rounder.

Double Barrel
09-29-2005, 05:40 PM
That is good one buddy. If you care to look at my join date you will see the year 2004. Seems a one week troll doesnt join two years before the game. I would also like you to know that because i live in cincinnati does not mean i am not a texans fan. I have actually followed them very closely, watching everyone of their games the last 3 years. I went to three games last season (at Chicago, at Indy and at Tenn.) So i think i have put my time in and have some insight. I also happen to love my home town team. And I think that by me stating my opinions on the matter and having some more exposure to Chad Johnson being that we are in the same city and I can see more of him other than ESPN, then maybe my opinion may have some credibility. I never had a problem with your opinions, its great you dont like "showboating" but make your point and move on. My point is why do you need to argue with people that say they like the dancing and celebrations. You can watch the game for the x's and o's but someone may like to just be entertained and not care about details.

Dude, please let me clarify: I'm just having fun here and yanking a few chains. My apologies if you feel I've lumped everyone together. You've got to admit there have been quite a few Bengals trolls around here the past couple of weeks. And these are just the ones the mods don't delete. No offense, my friend.

As far as arguing, I've only been in discussion mode (which is the point of a forum...seriously, look it up). You've made more than one post in this thread, as well. This is what friends do, talk a little playful trash and razz each other. If you like seeing riverdance 100x on SportsCenter - GOOD FOR YOU. I'm really happy for you...although I hope you don't see much this weekend. ;)

But if you did not expect a reply after quoting me and trying to flame, well, what can I say...but don't quote or make assumptions about me. :ok:

It's all in good fun, man, just like showboating...hope you can understand.

See, now this is a guy that likes having fun:

Testy are we?---You gotta catch him first, but I do agree that does put a target on his back, He knows that, & he's obviously not scared of it!!!---It's all about the money in the game today. & playing on a small market team, you've got to grab all the headlines you can!!!---Besides, if he played on YOUR team, I'm sure you would'nt feel that way!!!---YOU CAN'T STOP 85, so get ready to dance!!!

heh-heh, what can I say...my team's play really sucks the first two games...and yeah, I'd say being a little scared of a hot Bengals team (who I've already got a lot of respect for) is in good order.

Geesh, man, we're 0-2 for the season, 0-2 in our lifetime series against the Bengals, so a little nervousness is to be expected.

Testy? Without a doubt...I'm shakin' in my teams boots! :texflag:

And ya'll are alright...I'm only playing around about showboating, as I understand full well that it is part of today's NFL...for the time being, at least. Ol' Tags and company could put the "No Fun League" back into effect any given off-season.

Anyway, don't take things so serious...and promise us, on the slight chance it happens, that you come back to visit should our underdog Texans win this one. :cool:

Sincerely,

Double "Old School Football" Barrel

ohwhyknott
09-29-2005, 05:43 PM
:texans: :texflag:
Put Chad in our brillant run all the time off. He would be about the same. Andre's bigger and more physical. Chad has an all around better team around him than Andre. Whatever, there both pretty damm good, I was just bringing the point that Chad has to have all this attention around him. Like a middle child or something. Andre was money all year last year and didn't pop off or look like an *****. I would say Chad's a little better than Moss or Carol Owens. At least he hasn't walked off the field before the game was over.
Dude---he's #4 in the N.F.L. in recieving on a team that spreads the ball around to at least 6 or 7 different recievers a game. Where did you get those numbers???---& how many different recievers does David Carr get the ball to?---When he's not getting knocked on his can!

BengalStripes
09-29-2005, 05:47 PM
.....and promise us, on the slight chance it happens, that you come back to visit should our underdog Texans win this one. :cool:

Sincerely,

Double "Old School Football" Barrel

I assure you I'll be back for a few words after the game - win or lose. Probably wouldn't be until Monday though - I get pretty hammered at the games. :party:

John Stofa
09-29-2005, 05:53 PM
Unlike Owens and Moss who are just all about themselves, I think Chad MIGHT be just goofing around and pulling peoples leggs. The reason I suspect that is that he isn't like that away from the game, but the other two knucklheads are.

Exactly. Chad just likes to talk and have fun. He doesn't disrespect the game or his opponent. This is his fourth season and I have yet to see one single defender say anything bad about Chad Johnson. He is nothing at all like Moss or Owens. No one likes or respects those guys. Everyone loves and respects Chad Johnson. He's a little silly sometimes, but like I said, at no time does he ever do it in a selfish or disrespectful way. He's one of the most likable players in the game, and that's why you see him on TV almost every day.

ohwhyknott
09-29-2005, 05:56 PM
Dude, please let me clarify: I'm just having fun here and yanking a few chains.

See, now this is a guy that likes having fun:



I'd say being a little scared of a hot Bengals team (who I've already got a lot of respect for) is in good order.

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Testy? Without a doubt...I'm shakin' in my teams boots! :texflag:


Anyway, don't take things so serious...and promise us, on the slight chance it happens, that you come back to visit should our underdog Texans win this one. :cool:

Sincerely,

Double "Old School Football" Barrel
Thanks!!!---You guys are okay too, but not as much fun to pick on as the PUKESBURGH SQUEELERS fans!!!---They just DON'T have a sense of humor!!!---I think it's something in the water, or rusty beer!!!---I just gotta ask, would YOU want to drink a beer called IRON CITY?---No thanks!!!---& I'm sorry if I ruffled your buffalo wings(closest thing I could think of to a long-horn bull)---See ya Sunday---Should be a great game!!! We know the Texans are a good team, & of course I'm n-n-n-nervous about it more than I want your hot-heads to know!!!---LOL :texflag:

stephen1
09-29-2005, 06:29 PM
chad johnson is the best receiver in the nfl and the funniest man to play football ever. he is a team first guy. what he is doing isnt trash talking. hes having fun and motivating himself. he doesnt insult the organization or let down other players like TO or moss. he brings more popularity to the league and the city of cincinnati.

ohwhyknott
09-29-2005, 06:41 PM
yep, Joe Cool left lots of losers in his trail towards four Championships, 'eh?

And....uhhh...he didn't dance after his TDs, either. (Same with Jerry "Greatest.Receiver.Ever" Rice) :rolleyes:
Not to argue this point, but I'm an old timer. With the rule changes & over-all conditioning of the players records are falling all the time. Let's not forget about guys like Lance Alworth, Paul Warfield, Otis Taylor, Fred Belitnikoff, Gene Washington's(49ers&Vikings-no relation)Don Hudson, & oh I could go on & on. But these guys had to catch passes using stick-um, because DB's were allowed to take thier heads off!!!---Do you remember guys like Fred(the hammer) Williamson & Jack Tatum if you don't, just ask Darrel Stingly he was put into a wheel chair from a vicious hit on a ball that was way too high!!! Also---Linemen had to block with thier elbows, & could'nt extend thier hands. Not to mention the new rules for QB's protection & Pass interference pentaltys which are much more strict!!! It was a running game, the great Packer sweep, & 3 yards & cloud of smoke. Sure records are falling & Rice was great. He allways had a quality QB throwing to him & rules to let him run freely. Stats- They pile up quick in todays game. And points on the board, is the N.F.L's bread & butter. Ratings are the key to the big money contracts the T.V. networks demanded when they made those changes, & it helps everybody, But Rice---the greatest ever??? He only played in one Super Bowl against the BENGALS, but grant it, he caught 10 balls & tore us up! but I would rather compare apples to oranges, or Babe Ruth, to Hank Aaron---Don't worry---I know I've said enough. But I do put Rice in the top 5 barring the rules.-WHEW!!! That took a while!!!---GO BENGALS!!!---sorry had to do that.

ohwhyknott
09-29-2005, 06:56 PM
Don't worry, you.ll see him dangling in mid-air as he spikes the ball over the cross-bar about 2 or 3 times this Sunday!!!---Who Dey!!!

ohwhyknott
09-29-2005, 07:09 PM
To stephen1-----Thanks Pardner!!!---Nice of you to feel that way!!! I can see that you've been a member here for quite a while. so you must be a Texans fan!!! That's cool!!! We love him too, & Andre's pretty darn good too!!!---See ya Sunday kid!!! & bring your dancin' shoes!!!---Just Kidding!!!---Go BENGALS---& Go TEXANS(after this Sunday) :texflag:

HJam72
09-29-2005, 07:49 PM
He only played in one Super Bowl against the BENGALS, but grant it, he caught 10 balls & tore us up! But I do put Rice in the top 5 barring the rules.

Jerry Rice was also in the Superbowl where San Fran beat the crud out of San Diego.

badassBENGAL
09-29-2005, 09:37 PM
As Chad says, "If you don't want me to celebrate in the endzone...then don't let me in."

touttail
09-30-2005, 07:27 AM
The "Ickey shuffle" got alot more pub than CJ's "river dance".

bobby 119C

JustBonee
09-30-2005, 07:43 AM
The "Ickey shuffle" got alot more pub than CJ's "river dance".

bobby 119C

Maybe Ickey could give a few more lessons ..

http://www.lvrj.com/lvrj_home/2002/Jan-05-Sat-2002/photos/ickey.jpg

.. Ickey Woods, right, tries to teach his "Ickey Shuffle" to former San Francisco 49ers offensive lineman Guy McIntyre, left, and Fox Sports correspondent Leeann Tweeden at Caesars Palace. (2002)

CinciFan
09-30-2005, 09:04 AM
Great!! .. Are we in for a Sunday afternoon of song and dance? :um:

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ap-bengals-dancinchad&prov=ap&type=lgns


I'd generally prefer he didn't do it, but I will admit that jig caught me off guard a bit - he is creative.

Likely luckily for those of you who don't like this stuff, our other end-zone-dancing WR, Washington, is probably inactive for this game. His "dance" is atrocious. I thought he had an injury the first time I saw it.

T.I.C.E.
09-30-2005, 09:16 AM
[QUOTE=wrestler4life]I hope someone freakin destroys him! What a dumb *******.
(wouldn't it be nice, though, if we had this as a problem?)[/QUOTE


I don't know; I like Chad Johnson and his celebrations. Even the players interviewed around the league find him hillarious. its all harmless fun and would we still hate his guts if he were doing it for the Texans? He's just a funny guy and a special talent and after the game its all love. I think its his way of pumping up the opposition so that he gets there best, and by getting their best he can honestly say he beat the best. That opinion doesn't make me any less of a Texan fan I hope but just a true lover of the new age NFL. We're young so letthem be young a celebrate as long as its not causing fights but on the contrary causing laughs.............God knows we all could use many more of those in these times.Thanks

T.I.C.E.
09-30-2005, 09:26 AM
I'd generally prefer he didn't do it, but I will admit that jig caught me off guard a bit - he is creative.

Likely luckily for those of you who don't like this stuff, our other end-zone-dancing WR, Washington, is probably inactive for this game. His "dance" is atrocious. I thought he had an injury the first time I saw it.

your talking about "THE SQUIRL". That move is side poppingly funny. Just think how this thing got started with Billy white shoes to Icky Woods to Ervin and Prime Time. its almost like celebrating a touchdown because they aren't easy to come by and pumping up your fans for believing in you to get there like the lambo leap. Just flat out fun. Now the line was crossed and became personal with the disrespecting of the Lone Star by T.O. in Dallas and he got a just reward. :tv: :tomato: :ok:

CinciFan
09-30-2005, 09:43 AM
your talking about "THE SQUIRL". That move is side poppingly funny. Just think how this thing got started with Billy white shoes to Icky Woods to Ervin and Prime Time. its almost like celebrating a touchdown because they aren't easy to come by and pumping up your fans for believing in you to get there like the lambo leap. Just flat out fun. Now the line was crossed and became personal with the disrespecting of the Lone Star by T.O. in Dallas and he got a just reward. :tv: :tomato: :ok:


LOL yes the squirrel.

buckeye45331
09-30-2005, 09:47 AM
LOL....how a bout seeing Chad's version of "Riverdance" on next years Madden game! Now that would be a riot !

El Tejano
09-30-2005, 01:31 PM
People need to remember just how hard it is to score a touchdown in this league. If you do it once or many times you should celebrate. I wish we could get a player like that to help get our team up for these games.

928546in05
09-30-2005, 05:17 PM
He is a guy you can see walking around a mall on off days and you wouldnt even notice him if you didnt know who he was.
He was at an arena football game here in Cincinnati before the season started and the only reason i noticed him was because he was with TJ Houshmandzadeh and if you ever seen him he is hard to miss becasue of his hair. They were seating about 10 row up from the field and a section over from me. I noticed them when i got up to go to the bathroom and that was in the first quarter, i think i was the first to see him and i told my brothers that he was there and some kids in front of me heard me and run over by them and were asking for autographs, then by halftime there were a ton of fans around them so they got up and left.

metalmike
10-01-2005, 10:40 AM
He was at an arena football game here in Cincinnati before the season started and the only reason i noticed him was because he was with TJ Houshmandzadeh and if you ever seen him he is hard to miss becasue of his hair. They were seating about 10 row up from the field and a section over from me. I noticed them when i got up to go to the bathroom and that was in the first quarter, i think i was the first to see him and i told my brothers that he was there and some kids in front of me heard me and run over by them and were asking for autographs, then by halftime there were a ton of fans around them so they got up and left.
good for you

Texas
10-01-2005, 10:55 AM
I agree...Chad Johnson is a great player, and he doesnt celebrate to put down the other team. He does it as a reward for himself. He always brings his opponets up to good spirits even if they do mess up.

swisher
10-02-2005, 12:41 AM
Remember the Ernest Givins "Electric Slide"?

http://www.houstonprofootball.com/team/images/PICTURE_wr3.gif

touttail
10-02-2005, 01:11 AM
Remember the Ernest Givins "Electric Slide"?

http://www.houstonprofootball.com/team/images/PICTURE_wr3.gif

LOL--Swish I remember that one too!

bobby 119C

texan279
10-02-2005, 12:02 PM
God I hope we can shut down Chad Johnson, I am so tired of hearing his big yapper...

Wolf
10-02-2005, 03:07 PM
I guess he can dance in the shower because he didn't dance in the endzone :heh:

Bubbajwp
10-02-2005, 03:15 PM
I guess we will never know what he had planned for us. :yahoo: