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    The return of the old Chad Ochocinco



    Despite Chad Ochocinco's quietness this season, what if he were to explode and put on a great performance in the Superbowl. He is still healthy, older, wiser but can still get down field and can still beat one on one coverage as shown in those few touchdown grabs that he's made this season. And the funny thing is that those touchdowns were supposed to be miscues. So imagine if him and Tom get on the same page and Chad plays his heart out especially since he is in the biggest game of them all and will more than likely be inspired with the death of this father. If he does break out, then double coverage will have to roll his way and that means trouble for the Giants ... This is a very high possibility with nothing to believe that he couldn't. </P>

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    Are you even for real? **** off.

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    Re: The return of the old Chad Ochocinco

    If there ever was a more ironic screenname....

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    [quote user="jjj45"]If there ever was a more ironic screenname....
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    lackofintellect was taken

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    OchoCinco is garbage.

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    [quote user="PhilaGiant83"]Are you even for real? **** off.[/quote]
    x2 !

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    Ochostinko has been exposed for the fraud he is.

    Ask any legitimate Patriots fan.

    Ocho is merely a BB soft-shot in the heavy arsenal of the Pats offense.


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    Re: The return of the old Chad Ochocinco

    [quote user="Intellect"]

    Despite Chad Ochocinco's quietness this season, what if he were to explode and put on a great performance in the Superbowl. He is still healthy, older, wiser but can still get down field and can still beat one on one coverage as shown in those few touchdown grabs that he's made this season. And the funny thing is that those touchdowns were supposed to be miscues. So imagine if him and Tom get on the same page and Chad plays his heart out especially since he is in the biggest game of them all and will more than likely be inspired with the death of this father. If he does break out, then double coverage will have to roll his way and that means trouble for the Giants ... This is a very high possibility with nothing to believe that he couldn't. </p>[/quote]



    whatever..... he had 1 td all year .... clueless

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    So what, you're going to forget his capability and completely disregard him until he burns you deep and over the top with a touchdown?

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    Re: The return of the old Chad Ochocinco

    [quote user="Intellect"]

    Despite Chad Ochocinco's quietness this season, what if he were to explode and put on a great performance in the Superbowl.* He is still healthy, older, wiser but can still get down field and can still beat one on one coverage as shown in those few touchdown grabs that he's made this season.* And the funny thing is that those touchdowns were supposed to be miscues.* So imagine if him and Tom get on the same page and Chad plays his heart out especially since he is in the biggest game of them all and will more than likely be inspired with the death of this father.* If he does break out, then double coverage will have to roll his way and that means trouble for the Giants ... This is a very high possibility with nothing to believe that he couldn't.* </P>[/quote]
    He will be as invisible as the SF WRs were. Lol
    Football has been very, very good to us.
    In the midst of this losing season, we can console ourselves with this fact-

    # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

    1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
    2-Washington, Green Bay, Denver, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
    3-San Francisco, Dallas, New England
    4-New York Giants!!!!!

    ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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