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Video: Keyshawn Johnson Interviews Chad Johnson

October 21st, 2007 . by admin

Keyshawn Johnson interviewed Chad Johnson for ESPN’s NFL Sunday Countdown and the situation got a little tense. Keyshawn has jumped on the bandwagon that says Chad Johnson’s celebrating has turned into a distraction. One thing that completely drives me crazy about Keyshawn is, he spent his entire career being an outspoken maverick in the NFL but now that he’s got a suit on behind the desk, he’s turned into a complete tool. He shows occasional flashes of the old Keyshawn, speaking his mind, but the majority of the time he sits there spitting out the same bull as your run of the mill NFL analyst.

When the Bengals were winning, Chad Johnson was a great thing for the NFL, he was fun and happy (unlike the mean spirited Terrell Owens). But now that the team is 1-4, he’s a distraction, he’s hurting his team, trade rumors are bubbling up. This is RIDICULOUS. The Bengals are one more losing season away from Chad Johnson being labeled as a “good tooth wearing thug”…. watch.

13 Responses to “Video: Keyshawn Johnson Interviews Chad Johnson”

  1. comment number 1 by: PearlNo Gravatar

    Ugh… this interview is pissing me off.. Keyshawn is irritating. “an act?” They’re trying to put all the blame on Chad. He’s not the whole team.. he’s only one person. I like him.. he’s one of the players i really like..


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  3. comment number 3 by: ScottNo Gravatar

    don’t you think the bengls defense should also get some credit for their poor season? they’ve allowed 30+ points a game

  4. comment number 4 by: WBNo Gravatar

    KeyJ is just mad because no one loves him the way people love Ocho Cinco. I guess that’s what happens when you “write” a book about QBs throwin to you.

  5. comment number 5 by: Big Blue MonkeyNo Gravatar

    C’mon, ya’ll. Don’t you remember how Chad let the Cleveland Browns hang 51 points on him? Every single point Cleveland scored was his fault.

    Clearly, everything wrong with this team is their outspoken receiver.

  6. comment number 6 by: cody fNo Gravatar

    keyshawn, bro bro, umm….practice wat ya preach there bub. i follow all sports and if i’m not mistaken you were the terrell owens of yesteryear. imean think about it. Chad johnson is wat the games been missin’. He makes it fun to play watch and be a fan. Chad Johnson is football and Chad Johnson is cincinnati and i believe i speak for all of cincy when i say we do now and always will love his antics,his personality, the way he plays the game and all that he brings to the heart and soul and spirit of football. when you walk down a street and see kids playin schoolyard ball and they score, who do they imitate? CHAD Johnson. So in conclusion keyshawn, iask you this, Is it the “people” that are striking all this criticism at chad or is it YOU?

  7. comment number 7 by: TrinaNo Gravatar

    Hey Big Blue Monkey…When Chad stands on the field alone, then you can say it’s all his fault. Until then, shut up. They’re trying to kill this man, and that’s not right. Now when they win, it’s the energy of “Ocho Cinco” that got the victory. When they lose, “Chad needs to focus.” That’s BS, and everyone knows it. KJ, you’re just mad because the Panthers cut you. I’m right here in Charlotte, and I watched you miss lose PLENTY of games for us. You couldn’t catch a quarter if I tossed it to you (Underhand by the way…LOL). So get off of Chad. That suit and tie you’re wearing isn’t fooling anyone….Leave that job to the pros…RICH, DEON (PLEASE COME BACK TO THE LEAGUE…LOL) AND MOOCH!

  8. comment number 8 by: BenefitNo Gravatar

    I cannot see why keyshawn johnson can tell chad how he is a disruption when he was a disruption to his team and he was crying all the time…and matta of fact people love when chad do his celebrations he is making the nfl more entertaining just like joe horn did in new orleans a couple of years ago and the fans enjoy that and keyshawn johnson know that he knows that the fans enjoys when a player can talk about scoring then scores and celebrate afterwards keyshawn johnson played football before so he knows what the fans like and the fact that he couldnt do what chad is doing now he is jealous if you notice they didnt interview chad about celebrating and calling him a disruption before but now when he is losing he is now vulnerable to be called a disruption but think about it when chad brought the attention to keyshawn why did he wanted to stop the interview usually its the person getting interviewed stops the interview because they dont want to say something they are going to regret are they are losing in the interview, so the question still stands why did keyshawn stop the interview?

  9. comment number 9 by: pinthenatiNo Gravatar

    It’s all show. keyshawn and chad are first cousins. but anyway i think chad is a good guy that brings alot of energy to the nati! i think the whole team needs to step their game up and stop blaming him. start at the head of the class(owner).

  10. comment number 10 by: sarccastikNo Gravatar

    how in the hell is keyshawn thinking he’s a benchmark for how a receiver should act…if it was jerry rice interviewing..i would have no problem….a future HOF receiver…not some freaking “Throw Me the Damn Ball” me-shawn “cussing out chuckie” johnson…please!!!! it bothers me that it’s easy to blame chad…oh how about carson…how about the defense…oh wow!!! i haven’t seen chad johnson play defense yet this year…but they rank in the bottom of the pile in all defensive stats….

  11. comment number 11 by: Dave in ErlangerNo Gravatar

    I know how in the offseason that Chad had the trade rumors running rampid. I know he came off of a losing season and for the type of MAN Chad is, he doesn’t feel he should be losing. If he comes through next year the way he did in ’05, the Bengals will be back on top. As far as Carson, from watching him, to me it looks as if he’s a little gun shy with his knww still. Even though he won’t admit it

  12. comment number 12 by: Dave in ErlangerNo Gravatar

    I know how in the offseason that Chad had the trade rumors running rampid. I know he came off of a losing season and for the type of MAN Chad is, he doesn’t feel he should be losing. If he comes through next year the way he did in ’05, the Bengals will be back on top. As far as Carson, from watching him, to me it looks as if he’s a little gun shy with his knee still. Even though he won’t admit it

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