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Tedi Bruschi's comment on Ochocinco

Discussion in 'OFF TOPIC' started by ljramsfan, Sep 14, 2011.

  1. ljramsfan Active Member

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    If Tedi should complain about anyone its the Pats Defense..allowing over 600 yards of Offense from Miami. Ouch!
     
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  2. libertadrocks Well-Known Member

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    No kidding. He should be asking if the defense knew their playbook.

    Bruschi went a bit overboard with his comments about Ochocinco. Chad was just stating he had never seen such a well oiled offensive machine and that he was in awe of it. Bruschi took extrapolated that into Chad doesnt know the playbook.

    Im sure he knows the playbook. Most of the time plays dont happen the way they are drawn up. If they did every offense would put up crazy numbers like the Pats did on MNF. Most of the time the Pats dont execute the way they did on monday. IDK why Tedi was so angry.

    On a side note, a friend of mine, who is a Patriot fan, told me he would be surprised if Chad was still on the team by week 8. He said the Bengal offensive system Chad came from was very open. The receivers, Ocho particularly, reacted to the D and tried to find the open spot. The Patriot offense however is very structured. He says Chad hasnt fit in and his limited PT on MNF is evidence of that. He said the Patriots like system receivers just as much, if not more, than they like top tier receivers.
     
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  3. Angry Ram aka Captain RAmerica aka the OG Rammer

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    I agree w/ Tedy. "Ochocinco" is only relevent b/c of his off field crap and not b/c of on the field performance.

    I really think he only cares about publicity @ this point.
     
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