Well, if you watched the game on Monday, I bet there was some questions or comments going through your head. It was a interesting game.
First of all, Chad Ochocinco only had one catch in the game—and then Terrell Owens had 10 catches with two touchdown along with that.
So, I bet you're saying this is the beginning of something bad for the Cincinnati Bengals. But, to me, it was a different night, different game.
Terrell Owens wasn't getting double-coverage and Chad Ochocinco was, so how is Chad going get open if the Pittsburgh Steelers are double-covering him?
To me, Chad is very talented, but it is hard to get open if there is double-coverage. Mr. Ochocinco was pretty frustrated after the high ball, talking to Carson Palmer. Then, the very next play, he was still talking about it, slamming the ball down and getting benched, too.
Well, where do they go from here?
Do they just stop?
Well, their playoff chances are slim, and real slim with a 2-6 record. With hard matchups ahead, they have to keep pushing.
Chad has to sit down and relax and start fresh. I understand that they're 2-6 and they had high thoughts about their Super Bowl chances. They have talent on their team, but their chemistry is just not there.
So, do they stop?
No, keep pushing.
No. 85, No. 9 and head coach staying or going?
Well, with this being the last year of Chad Ochocinco, Marvin Lewis and Terrell Owens' contracts, and people wondering if Carson Palmer is worth the money and if the Bengals might get a quarterback in the draft, are they going to start off fresh?
I think they need to stay with each other.
So, overall, they all just need to stay on the team and work things out. Terrell Owens still has has in the tank, so they just have to get the chemistry together.
What do you guys think?
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