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hermhater
10-22-2007, 03:15 AM
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Video: Keyshawn's Tense Interview w/ Chad Johnson

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Posted: October 21, 2007
Keyshawn Johnson interviewed Chad Johnson for ESPN's NFL Sunday Countdown and the situation got a little tense. Keyshawn agrees with the emerging belief that Chad's celebrating has become a distraction and had no problem letting him know.



Keyshawn spent his entire career being an outspoken maverick in the NFL but now that he's got a suit on behind the desk, he's turned into a complete tool. When the Bengals were winning, Chad Johnson was a great thing for the NFL, he was fun and happy (unlike the mean spirited Terrell Owens). But now that the team is 1-4, he's a distraction... how predictable

chief31
10-22-2007, 03:17 AM
Video: Keyshawn's Tense Interview w/ Chad Johnson

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Posted: October 21, 2007
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Keyshawn Johnson interviewed Chad Johnson for ESPN's NFL Sunday Countdown and the situation got a little tense. Keyshawn agrees with the emerging belief that Chad's celebrating has become a distraction and had no problem letting him know.



Keyshawn spent his entire career being an outspoken maverick in the NFL but now that he's got a suit on behind the desk, he's turned into a complete tool. When the Bengals were winning, Chad Johnson was a great thing for the NFL, he was fun and happy (unlike the mean spirited Terrell Owens). But now that the team is 1-4, he's a distraction... how predictable

I saw that interview. Chad made Key look stupid. Like he has no business doing any interviewing. I thought it was hilarious.

Guru
10-22-2007, 03:17 AM
You think MEEshawn writes his own questions?

hermhater
10-22-2007, 03:21 AM
Anyone for a dose of a$$ trying to get some humility from an a$$?

Can't find the vid of the interview.

sling58
10-22-2007, 08:15 AM
Keyshawn is a idiot. He's what I call a DD (dedicated dumba**)

anaeelbackwards
10-22-2007, 01:13 PM
YouTube - Keyshawn Interviews Ocho Cinco

chiefinsyr
10-22-2007, 05:15 PM
Chad Johnson is the best of the flashy wide receivers. He never does anything negative to the other team(outside of the game). His lists of the CBs were for fun. He treats football like a game, which is really all that it is. He entertains us, like he said. Him jumping into the dogpound was extremely funny. That's something that someone like me would think to do(17 year old). Proposing to a cheerleader, etc., they were mostly all funny celebrations. Like he said in his interview, winning is still more important, which is what everyone wants him to say.

sling58
10-22-2007, 05:53 PM
He's good as a player. He makes it exciting to watch.

McLovin
10-22-2007, 08:14 PM
I like Johnson, I didn't care for the HOF jacket, but I it is about all he can get away with because the No Fun League, thinks it takes away from the game.

Wrestling is a huge draw because of the storylines as much or more then the wrestling. I have said this before if Chad Johnson can do a classy celebration, ie propose to a cheerleader, pull a cell phone and make a call, pull out a sharpie and sign the ball then throw it to the crowd or his own person then e-bay it for charity or something, more power too him. It puts people in the seats, it gives them something to show on TV. And as long as he isn't throwing punches on the field, kicking a player in the head, Dog fighting, Drunk Driving, Shoot em Ups at bars, fights in public, oooh and he is helping the team win the game, then let him do his thing.

If the organization that he works for chooses to not have him do what he does that is their business, everyone else should get off his back. Especially the NFL.

chiefinsyr
10-22-2007, 11:51 PM
YouTube - Best Damn Devastating Sports Hits



Look for him getting nailed in the middle. Sorry, I can't find it alone.