I don’t think so, OchocincoSeptember 16th, 2009 at 4:30 pm by Drew Smith under Sports
First of all, I like Chad Ochocinco’s (ne Johnson’s) antics. I think it helps make the NFL fun. He reminds everybody that though the NFL is big business, it’s just a game, where players who can back up their mouths with their play are allowed to talk a little junk. With the Bengals coming to town, Ochocinco has promised that if he scores, he’s headed for a Lambeau Leap. I, for one, would love to see him try a Lambeau Leap, just to see the reaction of the Lambeau faithful.
Two years ago he jumped into the Dawg Pound in Cleveland after scoring against the Browns, and earned a beer bath for his troubles. I have a feeling the fans around the end zone will be saving a brewski for a Lambeau Field baptism if Ochocinco makes good on his promise to make the leap.
That being said, I don’t know if he will get the chance. The Bengals aren’t a very good football team, and this year the Packers are just better. It’s a game the Packers should win going away, and I think they will. I talked to members of the defense on Wednesday who say they will be focusing on stopping the run. Does that mean Ochocinco will be ignored? No, but it doesn’t mean he’s going to have a free roll to the end zone. However, if he does get there, I suggest the fans give him a welcome into the stands worthy of an interloper who is stealing a venerable tradition. I’ll let the fans decide just what that is.