Cincinnati Bengals Receivers: Ochocinco Has Always Been Numero Uno

Posted: 1st October 2009 by Russell Wight in NFL
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The touchdown celebrations, cornerback checklists and plunge into the social media pool has caused many people to think of Chad Ochocinco as an attention-seeking prima donna. áHis style and attitude seemed completely opposite from that of former Bengal T.J. Houshmandzadeh, who signed with the Seahawks as a free agent after last year. Fans in Cincinnati loved the workman-like approach of Houshmandzadeh. áHe wasn't going to burn a defensive back and streak to the end zone for a 70-yard touchdown. But with the reliable, sure-hands of Houshmandzadeh, there was no better option on third and eight. When it became official that Houshmandzadeh was going to Seattle, I knew we would find out if he could be a No.1 receiver in the NFL. áOpposing defenses would no longer have to focus primarily on O ...

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