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Ochocinco Already Planning Celebrations for New England

Chad Ochocinco (www.ballerstatus.com)

Chad Ochocinco is at it again. He’s well-known for his antics, and now he’s already preparing for the season opener in New England. On his twitter account, Ochocinco tweeted,

“If I am able to score Week 1 in New England, I will be taking the Minutemen rifle and firing as they do when the Pats score.”


As we all know, the minutemen are stationed at the end zones in order to fire when the Pats score. And now Ochocinco wants to take over the duties like when he wanted to blow on the Viking horn used by Minnesota.

I hope he does score so we can see him fire a gun, though knowing Ochocinco, it might end up a dangerous situation. Maybe it’ll be relatively harmless friendly fire if it does turn out that way. If he doesn’t score right away, maybe he’ll give the ref a $1 bribe to give him some points.

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4 comments for “Ochocinco Already Planning Celebrations for New England”

  1. He would get a huge fine and maybe suspension if he grabbed a minutemen rifle and tried to fire it hahaha

    Posted by KC Downey | September 4, 2010, 2:35 pm
  2. [...] will have one heck of a time, from firing muskets to looking over the Patriots’ injury report and seeing the mere presence of Tom Brady and [...]

    Posted by Chad Ochocinco to Guest Host Monday Night Raw | Sports of Boston | September 10, 2010, 8:32 pm
  3. [...] Chad Ochocinco scored Cincinnati’s second touchdown; he did’t fire a musket. [...]

    Posted by Patriots Impress Early and Often to Begin 2010 Campaign | Sports of Boston | September 12, 2010, 5:23 pm
  4. [...] of the Patriots’ minutemen. Despite scoring a touchdown, after which Ochocinco said he would fire one of their rifles, he did not do so, keeping discretion as the better part of valor. “I was just saying hello [...]

    Posted by Minutemen Keep Rifle Away From Ochocinco | Sports of Boston | September 12, 2010, 8:21 pm

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