The frustration etched on T.J. Houshmandzadeh's face was a familiar expression. We used to see it every week, just dressed in a Bengals jersey instead of a Seahawks one. It's not surprising, though, because this was a familiar situation for the veteran receiver. Franchise quarterback out of the game with an injury? Team being thoroughly outplayed? It could have been the last two years for Cincinnati, rather than just his second game following a big-money move to Seattle. Certainly a grounding feeling for the man in his ninth season in the NFL, a week removed from a thumping home debut over the St. Louis Rams. He's certainly been outspoken during the offseason. When he wasn't criticizing the makers of Madden '10, he was telling anyone with a microphone that this was the fresh star ...
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