When Terrell Owens isn’t busy spreading God’s glory like herpes, he likes to take time out of his busy day to hate on possession receivers. Wayne Chrebet and Brian Finneran better watch out. They could be next after T.O. finishes with Keyshawn Johnson.
Tim McMahon of the Dallas Morning News has all kinds of goodness from Irving after yesterday’s game between the Cowboys and Bengals. T.O. claims that he’s the reason Johnson is on ESPN Sunday mornings instead of getting ready to play.
“He is the ultimate underachiever on that panel,” Owens told reporters in Dallas before reminding them that he’s the reason Johnson is no longer playing in the NFL. “Everybody is aware when I was brought to Dallas he was the one they let go to get me here.”
Johnson must not have been able to spread glory like T.O. In case anyone forgot, he reminded the press after today’s win over the Bengals.
“God used me today for his glory,” T.O. said in conclusion. “Reality is where glory resides. That’s all I’ve got to say.”
T.O. wasn’t the only receiver talking nonsense after today’s game. Mr. Ocho Cinco was busy backpedaling and throwing out blame for his crap performance. He said Pacman was “going to get it“on Sunday.
“I don’t have a choice. I don’t have a choice,” he said. “Somebody tell Pacman or Adam or whatever the hell he wants to be called — he is going to get it. Anthony Henry, he’s going to get it.”
Three receptions and 43 yards later, Ocho Cinco was backin’ that ass up like Juvenile. He claimed that he never intended to kiss the star because he had “too much respect for “Dallas, Mr. Jones and the organization”. He was just trying to pump himself up. He must have read Boys Will Be Boys between his original comments and today’s game. How could you not respect game like that?
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You can take the criminal out of Cincinnati but….Actually you can’t. Guess who might be back.
David Stern has to be losing it over players heading to Europe. Just wait until a marquee player decides to cross the pond. Depends time. Roger Goodell is probably laughing at Stern. “Stupid Stern. Giving players their rights and shit. You should have union that bends over on command. Ain’t that right, Genie Baby?” NFL players can’t do much of anything so it’s always good to have people like Chad Johnson around.
Cinco was fined $5000 for having “Ocho Cinco” on his jersey last season so he’s considering a name change in Florida. His new name would be Chad Ocho Cinco. This would presumably allow him to out Cinco on his back. His jersey would blow up in the stores. PFT also points out that players get a cut of their jersey sales so the change would result in straight cash for our homey in Cincinnati.
I don’t want to believe this in case it isn’t true. Please let it be. Even if it is true, Goodell will probably find some way to crush it Putin-style.
Old and busted: Cincinnati Bengals New hotness: Miami Dolphins
Not many among us are prescient beings. Most of you go through life stumbling from one unfortunate incident to the next hoping that it’s not as bad as the one before it. There are the few who have the ability to see the future. Like Nostradamus and Warren Buffet, Chris Henry is one of the few.
Talented former Bengals receiver Chris Henry, on house arrest, said by phone he ”would love to play for” the Dolphins, Saints or Cowboys. But it’s hard to fathom Bill Parcellspursuing someone who has had multiple legal problems and faces a potential NFL suspension after a March arrest for misdemeanor assault and criminal damage. ”That situation isn’t what it seems,” Henry said. “I regret a lot that has happened.”
Me thinks the man that tolerated a raging coke fiend like LT should have no problem with Henry. He’s embraced Ricky Williams and ostracized Jason Taylor. We see where his priorities are and so does Chris Henry.
As the sun rises and sets so continues the commitment to criminal excellence by the Cincinnati Bengals.
LB Ahmad Brooks has been accused of punching a woman in the face last month. According to the victim, Brooks and a neighbor got into an argument. She attempted to play peacemaker and was about as successful as George Clooney’s movie of the same name. She ended up unconscious with a black eye.
Brooks told the neighbor that he was going to “split his head open,” Rosich wrote in her statement.
That when she “nicely approached” Brooks and asked him to stop and “take it somewhere else,” according to the statement.
“He then pulled back his fist and struck (punched) me in the left eye,” Rosich wrote. “I then fell and blacked out.”
When Rosich gained consciousness, she grabbed her children, ran inside her home, called 911 and was taken to an area emergency room.
I imagine it went down something like this:
Brooks is scheduled to appear in court on June 6th to answer the assault charges. Keep in mind that he was dismissed from the UVA football team and cost the Bengals a draft pick when he was drafted last year.
It’s rare to find such draft consistency from a team’s manangement. We should salute the Bengals’ vigor.