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Old 03-19-2008, 12:11 PM   #1
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I recommend that you check this interview out. The start of questioning gets really uncomfortable. CJ asks them not to bring up his situation because he has already addressed it enough and the hosts continue to directly bring it up.

Very uncomfortable, at one point, Rod Woodson questions his size saying that he never knew he was that skinny.


At the end CJ does say he wants a change of scenery...hopefully not in DC.
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Old 03-19-2008, 12:25 PM   #2
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If he continues at this rate the Bengals will be forced to trade soon and for a cheaper price. Well I think that is what his plans are
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Old 03-19-2008, 12:54 PM   #3
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chances are no matter where he goes he wont produce like he has in the past w/o palmer giving him the ball... i see it ending up like when moss went to the raiders IMO
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chances are no matter where he goes he wont produce like he has in the past w/o palmer giving him the ball... i see it ending up like when moss went to the raiders IMO
CJ was producing before Palmer got to Cincy. What you're going to see is TJ Houswhocares is not nearly as good as is stats indicate due to Chad Johnson pulling double coverage. CJ instantly improves any team even if he isn't catching balls. That would leave El/Moss 1v1.
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One thing I DID learn today is that Chad Johnson knows nothing about the economy.
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One thing I DID learn today is that Chad Johnson knows nothing about the economy.
Neither does our current president Zing!

All joking aside, I wonder if there is enough leadership within the Redskins to keep CJ in line if he were to come here. I mean if we were to get him cheap (a lower pick other than our 1st round) why not? I know Lloyd was a headcase, but he didn't produce much before getting here, whereas with CJ you're getting a guy that producess 1000+ yd season, and even if he doesn't produce much, like someone said earlier, he would open up the field for Santana and ARE.
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Old 03-19-2008, 02:32 PM   #7
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i have this odd feeling that we might see something on draft day happen w/ CJ & the skins. He wants out bad....we need-want a WR. I know what all of the Bengals FO are saying but i still think they are shopping him. Who knows maybe someone can steal him for a decent price?

Whether you like him or not the facts are the facts. We need a WR, he wants out of Cincy, his agent is close to us, and he has friends here. It makes too much sense.
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If we would have to trade a 2nd rounder and a 6th for him, I would do it in a heartbeat. You have a proven 1000+ yards guy. He has a huge desire to win. He is entertaining to boot. I do not get why anyone would not want him. He is not that big of a distraction, like TO is. This is the first time he has acted out like this wanting a trade, and I do not blame him. The Bengals were moving up and took a huge step back last year, he wants to win as he only has a few more years left.

I would welcome Ocho Cinco here and be one of the first to buy myself an 85 Johnson jersey....

Hope to see Chad in the B&G... Hail
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Old 03-19-2008, 02:53 PM   #9
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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.
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All you see if the finish product though. You see me trash talking and then you see the finish product, you dont see all the work that was put into prior to that. I'm on the fence, and I think its funny he told them that he would "blow primetime u if he came out there with his legs all open" and he said this to Woodson " See, thats the thing you people dont know. I study my opponents, I know everything they are bad at, and everything they are good at. Rod, I woulda studied your film all the way back to your rookie year.
TO me, chad johnson has a GREAT work ethic and that just shows you how much he wants to win he will study his opponents every move and he will know what to exploit and what to not even try.
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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.
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.
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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.
We get CJ and we will bring home the Lombardi Offseason Champions Trophy.


We'll always be paper champions with that sentiment.
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Old 03-19-2008, 03:34 PM   #13
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I say if it can happen then MAKE IT HAPPEN !!! I understand that everyone is all media happy with the new low spending approach but it wasn't so much the money that was spent it was how at times. I presonally feel that the money that the Skins wasted was getting Al Saunders. But Chad, CHAD, CHAD ? Get him here. Of course you don't take out a second and third mortgage out to get him but still. If it can work, get that guy in here.
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Old 03-19-2008, 03:42 PM   #14
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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.
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I recommend that you check this interview out. The start of questioning gets really uncomfortable. CJ asks them not to bring up his situation because he has already addressed it enough and the hosts continue to directly bring it up.

Very uncomfortable, at one point, Rod Woodson questions his size saying that he never knew he was that skinny.


At the end CJ does say he wants a change of scenery...hopefully not in DC.
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.
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