HBO Hard Knocks 2012: Chad Johnson's Comic Relief Is Good for Miami Dolphins
This season is going to be one of the best yet. Better than the opening season that covered the Baltimore Ravens. Maybe better than the Cincinnati Bengals' year. And definitely better than last season's New York Jets filming.
Why, you ask?
The answer to that question is simple: Chad Johnson.
Johnson has already shown that he is going to be the main attraction of the Dolphins this season, and his antics will be forever hilarious..
Matt Moore is unique. Vontae Davis' conditioning—or lack thereof—is funny. Ryan Tannehill's wife is...well...
All of that is fine and dandy, but Johnson is clearly the lead actor in this soap opera that Dolphins camp surely will become over the coming weeks.
It will be hard for us to hear any Chad quotes that live up to "Child Please" or 'Kiss Da Baby," but Johnson's press conference with the Miami media was a nice start.
His comical demeanor comes naturally, and the Dolphins are definitely going to need his humor to get through this season.
Training camp seems to be going well, but the presence of comedic relief can help a team get to the season easier. As seen on the show, tempers boil over and players lose their cool with teammates quite often. Johnson's easy-going style will help his team to avoid some of that during training camp.
How many games will the Miami Dolphins win this season?
The Dolphins went 6-10 last year—not a bad finish for a team that everybody pegged as, well, terrible. Things don't figure to get much better in 2012.
This upcoming season is going to be a long one for the team, as it tries to transition from the subpar Moore era to the Tannehill era. Miami is a .500 team at best, and it wouldn't be a surprise to see them end up 6-10 again or even 7-9.
Hopefully, Johnson can contribute to Joe Philbin's team during the season, as much as he is during training camp.
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