NFL Predictions 2012: Stat Projections for Miami Dolphis WR Chad Ochocinco

Josh Zerkle@JoshZerkleChief Writer IIIJuly 3, 2012

Chad Ochocinco's one-year deal with the Miami Dolphins is still generating a fair amount of press, and this is an organization with Reggie Bush and a resurgent David Garrard under center.

After his washout season with New England, it may not be the end of the line for the receiver formerly known as Chad Johnson. He's only 34, but does he still have anything left in the tank?

Davone Bess and Brian Hartline barely reached 1,000 receiving yards as a pair in 2011, and it was the tight end, Anthony Fasano, that led the team in receiving touchdowns last year. Ochocinco will take on those returnees and newcomer Legedu Naanee in an attempt to fill the hole left by the departure of Brandon Marshall. And that's assuming he can make the final 53-man roster.

So, if Chad does see the field in Week 1, what kind of production could we expect from him? Could he lead his conference in catches, yards or TDs? Could he even lead his own team? Questions abound surrounding Ochocinco, as he prepares to play for the team he watched as a kid.

National lead writer Dan Levy and I give our two pesos on what the future holds for Chad Ochocinco in our latest debate. Count the books in our video above and leave us your own pensamientos in the comments. And thank you for watching. 

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