OK, OK, we all get it. Chad Ochocinco hasn’t exactly been lighting it up so far this season. A lot of fans here in
For the first few games, Ocho got a pass. He came from a completely different system and had very little time to work with the offense before the season started, so it was expected that there would be a bit of a learning curve. But it’s been six weeks at this point, and Chad Ochocinco has had plenty of time to get the playbook down and earn Tom Brady’s trust.
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But the clock has been ticking on Ocho for a while now, and I’m starting to think that time is running out. Which is why I think that Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys is Ocho’s chance to prove his value once and for all to the Patriots and their fans.
A rejuvenated running/playaction passing game. Benny’s toe injury is something to monitor, but all signs point to him being able to play this weekend. Between his career day last Sunday against the Jets and the running game that was on display week 3 against the Raiders,
The return of the deep ball. We all know that Chad Ochocinco isn’t a deep threat, nor is that the reason
I know a lot of people have basically written Chad Ochocinco off, saying that he is what he is at this point and he ultimately has failed to deliver. And it’s tough to argue with those people, as they have plenty of evidence to back up their claim. But I’m still confident.
But I will say this: if this one doesn’t work out, I say New England just avoids all receivers named