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Old 09-29-2005   #61
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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!!!
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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)

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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.
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As Chad says, "If you don't want me to celebrate in the endzone...then don't let me in."
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The "Ickey shuffle" got alot more pub than CJ's "river dance".

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The "Ickey shuffle" got alot more pub than CJ's "river dance".

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Maybe Ickey could give a few more lessons ..

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.. 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)
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Great!! .. Are we in for a Sunday afternoon of song and dance?

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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.
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[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
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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.
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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.

LOL yes the squirrel.
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LOL....how a bout seeing Chad's version of "Riverdance" on next years Madden game! Now that would be a riot !
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Remember the Ernest Givins "Electric Slide"?

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Remember the Ernest Givins "Electric Slide"?

LOL--Swish I remember that one too!

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God I hope we can shut down Chad Johnson, I am so tired of hearing his big yapper...
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I guess he can dance in the shower because he didn't dance in the endzone
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I guess we will never know what he had planned for us.
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