Let's get Ochocinco... as a kicker

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  1. TheHustler

    TheHustler Active Member

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    He could be our #2 WR too!


    Ochocinco wants to kick in Pro Bowl

    CINCINNATI -- Chad Ochocinco wants to show a Pro Bowl audience that he can kick it as well as catch it.

    The Bengals receiver did some kickoffs Thursday during practice for the Pro Bowl in Miami, hoping to convince the coaches that he's capable of going toe-to-toe in the all-star game.

    Ochocinco told The Associated Press in a phone interview after practice that he's planning to kick field goals during practice on Friday. He's hoping to persuade AFC coaches that he could be more than a just receiver during the game on Sunday.

    Ochocinco kicked an extra point and had a kickoff during a preseason game for the Bengals this season.

    Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press

    Fail - can someone fix my typo in the thread title?
  2. superpunk

    superpunk Benched

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    Maybe he can get water for Revis, too.
  3. NextGenBoys

    NextGenBoys Well-Known Member

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    :laugh2: I love me some Ocho Cinco.
  4. Wonderboyromo

    Wonderboyromo Well-Known Member

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    Haha they should let him do it. Why the hell not?
  5. EPL0c0

    EPL0c0 The Funcooker

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    In light of what Nate Kaeding said about not being able to mentally get over his 1st missed FG vs the Jets, I say why not Ocho Cinco?

    Why are kickers so darn mentally fragile?! A kicker's psyche compares to a boxer with a glass jaw.

    You can "Freeze" them w/ timeouts. They can get spooked/upset/broken by a miss.

    It amazes me that these guys...grown men...are so g'darn weak minded. I mean imagine if a QB broken down after his an INT? Or a WR after a drop? Or a RB after being hit behind the line or fumbling the ball away.

    I realize that the game is hard and there's pressure on them. But there's pressure on every other guy the roster to make sure they do what they're supposed to do: throw, run, catch, block, tackle, snap, etc. Come on kickers.. . MAN UP!
  6. Wonderboyromo

    Wonderboyromo Well-Known Member

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    Most of them were soccer players. That explains it all.
  7. big dog cowboy

    big dog cowboy THE BIG DOG Staff Member

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    I'm glad Ocho isn't a Cowboy.
  8. ethiostar

    ethiostar Well-Known Member

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  9. gimmesix

    gimmesix Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life

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    Because it's such a precision talent. If anything is off just slightly, then you are going to miss, and that can mess with your head.

    People act like what kickers do is easy, but it's one of the hardest things to excel at in football.
  10. Gzus

    Gzus Romosexual

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    Hey Ocho claims he can nail anything from 48 on in. Hell I'd take him if he could nail a 30 yarder, it'd be an upgrade from what we had to deal with this past season.
  11. marchetta

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    If he kicked it, I bet Revis could block it... if Revis suited up for the NFC. :laugh2:
  12. Cowboy Brian

    Cowboy Brian Augmented. Zone Supporter

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    truth, plus he wouldn't be a liability on the field like one RW11
  13. dadymat

    dadymat I'm kind of a Big Deal

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    :lmao2: :lmao2: :lmao2: :lmao2:
  14. austintodallas

    austintodallas Consider Yourself Sucked

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    No you didn't.

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