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Old 03-19-2008, 02:46 PM   #16
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I sort of wanted CJ to be in DC untill I saw this interview, I used to think that he was just a showman and just said everything he did for fun, but now I think he's a dumb asshole. His responses to the questions were painful, and never really answered the questions. And when he said that he is a likable person, and that if you dont like him than there is something wrong with you, I wanted to hit him in the face for being so cocky. I guess there is something wrong with me, cause now I dont like him.
Once CJ put on that HOF jacket after he scored a TD, that's when I stopped being a CJ fan. Since he's been there has Cinn even won one playoff game?? Get over yourself.
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I watched the interview. If he didn't want to be pressed on the issue then why did he go on the show?? He's at the Pro Bowl telling everyone with a mic that he wants to be traded. Then he goes on NFL Network and doesn't want to talk about it? What are they suppose to ask him? Is he so stupid that he didn't think Eisen and the gang weren't going to ask him about being traded when that's all he's been talking about?? CJ is starting to remind me of a mini TO.
His agent believes if he stays quite he could get a deal to move him out but your right why show up then.
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I agree that we have a new offseason strategy, but this would only be one picj up and it would not be overpaying for someone who we think might be good (Lloyd) or is way past their prime (Sanders, Bruce Smith), this would be a trade for a proven player with lots of good years left. I do not think any WR in the draft can hold a candle to 85. So as far as I see it, our strategy would still be in tact and we get a huge boost in our WR corp. Think of it, Moss on one side, 85 on the other, Randle El in the slot, Cooley out of the TE position and Clinton in the backfield.... That is a scary offence and not a lot of teams would be able to stop that cause if you try to shut down one of them we still have the other four. I think this trade makes too much sense for us and if the Bengals finally cave I think we get him for no more then what the Raiders are offering for D.Hall.

Seems like the names change but we each say/read this same sentence every year. I just want to develop our own talent.
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Old 03-19-2008, 02:53 PM   #19
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how is staying quiet gonna get him traded??
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Old 03-19-2008, 02:54 PM   #20
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That Degree money will make you do dumb things...

...like using a nickname when speaking about yourself in the third person..."Wait, stop Ocho Cinco, it IS about the money, this is a business"
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Old 03-19-2008, 02:57 PM   #21
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how is staying quiet gonna get him traded??
Don't know that is what his agent said on NFL Live that they were trying to work something out behind doors quitely.
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hmm... thats crazy
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Old 03-19-2008, 04:52 PM   #23
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If we got CJ, I would piss in my pants. That would make this boring free agent year, better than any that proceeded it, and I could stop the Mix BS.
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Old 03-19-2008, 07:04 PM   #24
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He is a complete clown. I don't want him anywhere near Ashburn.
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Old 03-19-2008, 07:06 PM   #25
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He is a complete clown. I don't want him anywhere near Ashburn.
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I hope he doesn't go to the eagles
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Old 03-19-2008, 07:48 PM   #27
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It's getting a little more STINKO in Cincy. Source PFT.com

HOUSHMANDZADEH UNHAPPY TOO?
Posted by Michael David Smith on March 19, 2008, 7:24 p.m.

As Bengals receiver Chad Johnson has made sure everyone knows in the last couple of days, he isnít happy in Cincinnati and isnít planning to show up to off-season workouts.

But Johnson isnít alone.

Adam Schefter of NFL Network is reporting that the Bengalsí other starting wide receiver, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, also is expected to skip the start of the voluntary conditioning program. Houshmandzadeh is in the final year of four-year contract and is scheduled to make a base salary of $2.525 million, and he thinks that, coming off a season in which he tied for the league lead in receptions, heís worth more than that.

Skipping conditioning might not be a huge issue: Houshmandzadeh also skipped the teamís voluntary off-season conditioning last year, and he still managed those 112 catches. So maybe he doesnít need to be with the team in March to be ready to play in September.

But the Bengals need to figure out which players will be the focal points of their passing game going forward. A few years ago it looked like Johnson, Houshmandzadeh and Carson Palmer could make up the nucleus of a Super Bowl-winning passing attack. Now, with Johnson and Houshmandzadeh both 30 years old, itís looking like the playoff game when Johnson had to be restrained by coach Marvin Lewis could be Johnsonís only one in Cincinnati.
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Old 03-20-2008, 04:20 AM   #28
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Acquiring CJ would defeat our new offseason strategy. We need to start developing our own players with our early draft picks. Then our coaching staff can do its job by molding the younger players into our scheme.


It a long hard road to walk and you can't trade or spend your way to the end of it.
what new strategy? you mean vinny's "i'll do what it takes to make this team better" strategy? cause he's already said he's more than willing to sign a high dollar player, but that it's got to be the right guy.
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Old 03-20-2008, 04:52 AM   #29
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I think that people have so much resentment built up from years of failed free agent signings that they forget how often these moves are successful. We need look no further than Randy Moss to see the impact that a big time receiver can have on an offense.

If the price for CJ is a second and sixth and I don't see the drawback to making that move.
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Welcome to the board. Kelvin Bryant...so underrated
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I think that people have so much resentment built up from years of failed free agent signings that they forget how often these moves are successful. We need look no further than Randy Moss to see the impact that a big time receiver can have on an offense.

If the price for CJ is a second and sixth and I don't see the drawback to making that move.
We have a new head coach who has enough to worry about without some me-first clown complaining when things aren't going well. I also don't want him getting in JC's face everytime the ball isn't thrown his way. I have a VERY vivid memory of Stinko arguing with Carson Palmer after an interception that turned out to be Johnson's fault because he ran the wrong route. He would be a locker-room cancer and I don't think it's worth poisoning the team. I'd rather take our chances with a receiver in the second or third round, and see what Anthony Mix can do -- given that he and JC have a history together.
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