Another Sunday Games Thread Without the Bears

Another Sunday Games Thread Without the Bears


The first person to explain, in the comments, why I've chosen the four images above for today's thread will receive credit for one (1) perfect week of picking games.

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  • First!!!

  • brutal

  • The first one is for lach, because he, like peter brady... has shacked up with a ho, and had it turn out badly in the end.

    The second one... is actually Rodney Marinelli... on his day off in the glass-block cell lovie keeps him in. What you don’t see in the shot is the whole side of beef he’s fed each day. Also, he was allowed to take off the Hannibal Lector bite-proofing mask for this shot.

    The third picture is a very candid paparazzi life-shot of Matt Leinert... taken outside of his shopping cart/cardboard box-house yesterday.

    The final shot is actually of one of my favorite movies. The bear necessities… this is pretty obvious. This next game for us is a bear necessity for our psyche, our record, and our final push to a wildcard post. I thought the eagles in the movie were good guys though!? And they’re british… I didn’t know Vick was from England.

    …Or this is just one of those mall-artist caricature drawings of Mike Tice.

  • In reply to MB30SD:


  • In reply to Doc Nitty 34:

    Doc, I just missed seeing The Head and the Heart in concert. They were in Madison at one of my favorite venues a few weeks ago, but I was on a fishing trip. I'll put them on my bucket list.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Top notch MB. You have a better imagination than me.

  • In reply to TheFifth:

    thanks corm

  • God I'm glad 'Bama lost. I loathe Nick Saban. I'll quote Shula as to how I feel about him.

    ''He has run away from the challenge,'' Shula told the Herald. ''It's unbelievable. There were four or five direct statements that were blatant lies. That tells you a little bit about the guy."

    "Saban, in the two years here, was 15-17," Shula told Cox News Service. "So I guess I'm surprised that he's leaving — and surprised that Alabama wanted him."


    Have fun at the Tostita Bowl dickhead.

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    On the subject, I also thought that was a hard nosed football game Jeff, and enjoyed it every bit as much as the USC-Stanford shoot out.

    Any future Bears you would like from that game Jeff? (or anyone else)

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    uhhhh... the whole d line.

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    wow... think of the chilluns '85.

    ...It's about the kids playing maing. I watched the first half, both are very good teams man. I was impressed with both sides. I agree with Jeff that Mathieu would be a great pick up for us.

    After at least one more early rd olinemen next year, we should try to move up to take Mathieu and then Burfict.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I reeeeallly like that Burflict kid.

    We NEED to get that dude MB.

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    if he can stay out of jail '85, I think he'd be a beast in the nfl. He's a little bit like Lach because he's a little smaller than a classic NFL MLB, but he's super-fast and very athletic.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    He's about as nasty as Suh and hopefully just as good (if we get him).

    I think if we do get him 'Lach will chill him out. If we had Kreutz still, Burflict would be as quiet as a mouse at church.

  • hee hee (kind of):

  • The First Shot is J.A. smiling after he picked that kid with the bum leg and Tommy the "special" kid for the neighborhood pickup game. His smile is in inverse proportion to how the rest of the kids on his team feel and never make the mistake again of having him choose.

    The second is Picasso feeling trapped behind his evil genius. I think we can all relate.

    The third is you drinking plenty of milk to prevent ulcers from watching Bears games.

    The fourth is Lovie treating every game like Roy "Lo que sera sera...."

  • Oh, and fucking go chargers! Beat the crap out of the filthy hoard. I actually don't give a shit about the score, I just want you to literally beat the shit out of as many of their guys as possible.

    No deaths of course... just a lot of maiming please.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Ron Burgundy: Discovered by the Germans in 1904, they named it San Diego, which of course in German means a whale's vagina.
    Veronica Corningstone: No, there's no way that's correct.
    Ron Burgundy: I'm sorry, I was trying to impress you. I don't know what it means. I'll be honest, I don't think anyone knows what it means anymore. Scholars maintain that the translation was lost hundreds of years ago.
    Veronica Corningstone: Doesn't it mean Saint Diego?
    Ron Burgundy: No. No.
    Veronica Corningstone: No, that's - that's what it means. Really.
    Ron Burgundy: Agree to disagree.

  • In reply to Shady:

    Stay classy San Diego!

    Except today - someone needs to take Rodger-Dodger the fuck out.

  • Haven't got a clue on those pics. I didn't have any idea who the upper left pic was until MB ID'd him. Picasso and Jeff Daniels. Dunno. The Jungle Book Bear Necessities makes me smile because I absolutely love Louis Armstrong.

    One last stat for Trac on Forte; since he's come into the league he's third in yards from scrimmage. AP had 6,266, CJ has 6,068 and Matt has 5,822. Still think he doesn't deserve a better contract than he turned down?

    I remember you posting once that you use Walter as a benchmark for special RB's. At the rate Matt's going he's going to break Walter's Bears record for combined yardage in a season. Is he as good as Walter? No way. The fact that he's even in the conversation should tell you something.

    Oh and BTW, Pus Nuts, PAY THE MAN.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:


  • OK lets think about this, we've got:

    Peter Brady. Could refer to Tom Brady, Patriots. But why Peter?

    Pablo Picasso. I think that's Picasso. If it is I got nothin'.

    Ron Burgundy. San Diego anchorman. Go Chargers?

    The Jungle Book, Baloo. Baloo is a Bear and he's relaxing. The Bears have Sunday off. But why The Jungle Book and why Baloo?


  • In reply to Shady:

    OK the "Bear necessities" for a football Sunday:

    1. Ron Burgundy's San Diego Chargers beat the Pack (Bears rival)
    2. Tom (Peter) Brady beats the Giants (wildcard implications)
    3. What's the Picasso picture about? Saints? Bucs? Redskins?


  • In reply to Shady:

    Picasso loved Bull Fighting...hmmm...

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    It has to do with the Bucs beating the Saints, but I can't figure it out... HMMMMM....

  • In reply to Shady:

    I thought we wanted the Aints to win their division cuz they own the tie breaker on us, unlike the Falcons or Bucs...

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    Did Picasso ever live in New Orleans?

  • In reply to Shady:

    Don't answer that.

  • In reply to Shady:

    Not that I know of. He stayed in Paris even when the Nazis took over.

  • In reply to Shady:

    I thought the third one was Chuck Norris from the "Got Milk?" commercials.

  • Sometimes, I'm glad I'm a Bears fan...

    BTW, I'd love to see someone come up with "The Cutler"

    On a related note, for all you "Weekend at Bernie" fans...

  • Hey MB, Lach is 6'4" and 260. Not exactly small for a MLB.

    Also, saw The Rum Diary last night. Just so-so. Beautiful to look at and some good moments but nothing special. Kind of a jumbled mess. Which is probably a good description of HST. The Aaron Eckhardt character might as well be called Snidely Whiplash. Oh well.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    pretty sure he didn't come into the league at 260 Canada

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I feel like a dick for posting this, but I thought he was much lighter too.
    SI did a feature on him during his rookie year that said he put on twenty pounds of muscle between the end of his senior season and the Combine.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    The Juice

  • Oh Fox. Every Sunday is another opportunity for you to embarrass yourselves.

  • Maybe this is overly simple but,

    The "Bear Necessities"

    Ron Burgundy (Go San Diego)
    Brady: (Go Pats)
    Picasso: Go Saints (Picasso was sort of wannabe French. As is New Orleans)

  • In reply to Doc Nitty 34:

    After re-reading that, I see how that first sentence can be misinterpreted. By overly simple I meant, maybe I'm oversimplifying it or looking at too simplistically and Jeff has something deeper in mind. Not trying to sound arrogant.

  • In reply to Doc Nitty 34:

    You Professors, sitting in your ivory towers, are all arrogant by nature. Give up the ruse Doc.

  • In reply to TheFifth:

    ohhhhh... we're so much smaaaarter than you.... ohhhh.. we're sooooo smaaaaaart. 5+7=13!

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Yeah, we're just the hoi polloi, unable to understand the intricate nuances of your comments. Sorry I don't have a Masters or PhD Mr. Big Shot! You think your better than me?

  • In reply to TheFifth:

    Ha! Funny shit guys.

    Truth be told, I do THINK I'm better than everybody else. I just don't want to act like I think I do.

  • In reply to Doc Nitty 34:

    Exactly. I am sad to say I feel the same way generally.

    (or maybe not so sad... fucking plebeians)

  • Picasso looks like he's in a glass case of emotion in that photograph.

  • In reply to Shady:

    deep yo

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    you like how i connected the dots?

  • In reply to Shady:


  • Go Brady
    Go Painter (Colts beating Atlanta)
    Go Chargers
    Go Bears

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    And BINGO was him name-o!

  • In reply to Shady:


  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    Would not have gotten this without help from the blog.

    But the Picasso to Saints thing was a red herring. Its a reference to Colts backup QB Curtis Painter. Would I have known that was Picasso... I've seen the pick before but it did not come to mind at first glance.

    Brady I knew.

    Ron Bergundy I would not have gotten.

    Bears was easy. Given the difficulty of some of the others, maybe would have been better to pick a tougher one for the Bear Jeff.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    Yes. I think you nailed it. Nice work.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    Well done, NewBear.

  • In reply to Jeff Hughes:

    Gotta get the win somewhere... thank you very much Washington Redskins.

  • Jeff (and other theater dudes). Need some advice on taking the wife out for a birthday celebration. Any feedback on Million Dollar Quartet? Any other shows worth seeing in Chicago right now? The wife has a very low tolerance for low-brow humor, so we need classy (think Les Mis or Evita). She would probably enjoy community theater as much as a high-end production.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    I saw the Chicago version of MDQ after the original cast left for New York. It was good but not great. Small theater quarters right above the noisy L tracks.

    Have you seen the new South Park about broadway shows, football Sunday's and BJ's yet? Classic.

  • In reply to Shady:

    I think the better half's low tolerance for low-brow humor might rule out the South Park show.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    You're probably right.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    uuuhhhh.... yes. I would say so.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    You can always check Pollstar for shows in and around Chicago.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    I have now tried Pollstar and find it has the same problem as most websites... no easy to find easy to use calendar function. I'm looking for an event on a specific date... why is that so hard.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    I know it isn't the best but it does have it broken down by date. You might have to go through a few pages but it should have the date you're looking for. Of course, the further into the future the fewer the listings. It's my understanding the site is populated by the agents, venue operators, etc. Hope you find something special for you and the better half.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    The Marriot Lincolnshire is a great place to see a show, but the only thing I seen worth taking the wife to is White Christmas. Not sure that's up your alley.

  • The Picasso photo now taunts me.

    "Why could you not figure out something so simple Shady? PAINTER!"

    Dios mio.

  • you know, this is what I am thinking...

    Watching the cowboys get bottled up by the freaking seahawks AT HOME... I'm thinking the eagles miraculous breakthrough game last week might have been a bit of a gimme.

    Maybe we surprise everyone and fuck these guys up on natty TV tomorrow night? What do you think?

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I don't think we'll hammer 'em but I do think we'll win. If we win the TO battle, pound the rock, limit big plays by Philly and win ST's battle, we're golden. If we do half of that, it's a toss up. Less than half, uh-oh. I didn't see the game but one of the posters said Rob Ryan wouldn't bring the safeties down to help out stopping the run. Pretty sure Marinelli isn't that stubborn.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    Having Bennett back bodes well for us.
    The Eagles secondary is a bunch of soft-as-Charmin douchebags.
    And if Roy ever wants to prove that he's a legit starting WR, this would be the game to do it. He -on paper- should be able to out-physical every cornerback on the Eagles.
    So just do it, Roy.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    did you see that dbag in the interview in his old lady glasses? Jesus Roy, you just look like you could give a smaller fuck than a midget about everything all the time.

    Do something man.

  • One of my all-time favorite football players and over-achievers: Jim Leonhard, small white safety for the Jets. 5'8" and 188 pounds.
    Walk on at Wisconsin, didn't get a scholarship until his senior year (even though he holds the school record for interceptions. All Big Ten at least twice and leading punt returner in Big Ten history until Steve Breaston broke it.
    Undrafted in the NFL, but made the Bills roster, and a few years later Rex Ryan picked him up for the Ravens. When Ryan took over the Jets, one of his first moves was getting Leonhard. He calls him the coach on the field. I love that guy's play.

  • For the record, the Chiefs can lick my balls.

    Giving up 31 points to the Dolphins (the DOLPHINS!!!!) at home?

    Are you insane? How do you shit the bed like that? Did they put Metamucil in the Gatorade?
    F-ck off, Cassel!
    F-ck off, Jackie Who's-yer-face!
    F-ck off, Coach Hobo!


  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    hee hee.

  • In reply to BigDaddy:

    you gotta stop reading those FF "experts" MBP!

    They also recommended ppl pick up the Raiders D against Tebus.

    38 points later...Murph is doing the Tebow for the wrong reasons.

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    correction, Shady picked up the Raiders D going up against Murph, so Murph is doing the Tebow in homage.

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    Well, hell, I've actually watched the Dolphins play this year - they never looked like a team that could ring up a game like that.

    Completely blindsided me.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    I've kept a pretty good eye on them too (I own Marshall), and they've been up in a few games - even with Marshall dropping sure fire TDs.

    They were due, but yeah, 31 is a little over due.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    The Chiefs can also lick my rusty hoop as they go top of my shit list. A 1000 yoyo payday ruined by losing to the winless 'phins. Frak my life.

    Michael Silver on Yahoo called it - nobody picks em like Silver - he gets maybe 2 or 3 wrong a week. he was the only one to pick the Chargers also. Brave.

  • At least we had Jeff's riddle to keep us occupied, these noon games have been brutal!

  • I'm pretty sure Philip Rivers MAY actually be a Whales Vagina.

  • In reply to DYLbear23:

    hee hee

  • Antonio Garay and Tommie Butter are doing work right now.

    Major better be bejeweling his thumper sour cream and onion can right now becase him and spagetti dick Conte are not going to be able to be invisible tomorrow.

  • fuck man. I don't know. The fucking Packers look pretty much unstoppable. Makes me fucking sick to my stomach, but you have to give it to Tompson and mccarty and capers.

    Fucking sucks.

  • btw, what's up with some of the league’s elite QBs sucking this year.

    Brady - sucking
    Rivers - sucking
    Eli Manning - BAAAAAHAHAHAHahaa... ok ok, that one was a joke, sorry.
    P.Manning - Out

    And I'm going to have to turn this game off... I can't take these commentators fellating rodgers any more man. It's disgusting.

  • I know PFT likes to stir shiete but I'm starting to think Forte is starting to sound like a winey baby.

  • Fuck me! I just read how I lost my 3 teamer this week. I had the Saints (W), Falcons(W) and the Rams +4.5. Wah-Wah. Ariz blocks a 42 yd FG at the end of regulation and then has a 99 yd punt return for the win. That sucks Major Moose Wang. I should be glad I don't gamble. This shit used to happen to me on a regular basis.

  • Ravens-Steelers

    Bama-LSU part dieux?

    Both Flacco and Roth chucked it 50 times each last game.

    Stay tuned...

  • Gotta say this about the Packers... they have a dangerous offense and a dangerous defense. But they are precisely the kind of team that can lose in the playoffs. They are the reason for the expression "offense wins regular seasons, defense wins championships"

    You look at that Chargers game... it just takes Rodgers throwing one bad pass in those last couple of drives and the result could go the other way. I said the same thing after they played New Orleans at the beginning of the season. As long as they allow good offenses to score 30+ points a game, they are vulnerable to good defenses.

    The Bears (and the Steelers, and the Ravens) are good defenses.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    If you judge the packers defense on this season alone, you have to do the same for the bears. The bears ain't what they were last year either.

  • In reply to thebigcheese:

    The Bears got rung up by poor safety play against the two best offenses in the league and a red-hot Lions team. And you don't have to believe me, but I think Conte and Meriweather will solve that issue. When that situation settles down, like it did last year, I think they'll settle back in for the rematches with Green Bay and Detroit.
    Philly, you hit Vick in the mouth every chance you get and you will win.

  • how does Ray Lewis not get a penalty for that head shot but Urlacher got penalized for a shoulder hit in the Detroit game. Fucking rules committee and terrible execution of the shitty rules.

  • Picasso was not a "he was an artist" - a painter puts Lucite on your living room walls.

    Picasso was a four foot douche.

  • In reply to Jack Lacan:

    but he was a great douche Jack.

  • I bet Picasso was shorter than Danny Devito, but their heads are about the same size.

  • are you ready for the strange perspective?

    Peter Brady
    This could be a vague reference to our beloved "offensive"
    co-ordinator Mike Martz
    who i like to refer to as "M Squared"
    Peter B was played by the actor Christopher Knight
    and in the show the Brady Bunch;
    Peter was the "clumbsy" as in dumbsy, offspring
    He frequently became OVER EXCITED; and
    acted before thinking
    which led to an imbalance
    much like the play calling of M-Squared; during our recent string of losses
    in fact ...his exuberance gets our franchise QB beat to a pulp
    much like Chris Knight experienced,
    when he was pummeled by recently canned,
    Philly Rock News DJ......... Danny "the partridge" Bonaduce

    This great beacon of the art world, is too abstract to have one frontal perspective; therefore we must go beyond squared;
    into the land of the cubed for a better understanding

    Picasso was the ultimate HIPPIE, Doc;
    he was a living peace sign
    His greatest painting is titled Guernica
    this is a depiction of the results of death bombers from the sky
    it embodies the Inhumanity, Brutality and Hopelessness of war.
    seeing as we are in the city of Philadelphia monday night it is a seamless thread of thought to see that Picasso would have been completely comfortable in the city of brotherly love
    But, that is not all
    he also produced the great 50' high cubist sculpture that resides in Daley Plaza
    The Chicago Picasso is a subtle reference by our blogfather
    to our great running back Matt Forte; for Picasso, like Matt
    refused the cities offer of $100,000.00
    prefering to donate the sum to the hard working residents of this great metropolis
    and finally, Picasso, one of the founding fathers of Cubist Artform
    is a subtle reference to all of the blogfathers offspring on this fine site
    Cubism is a style in art; that portrays the form,
    from multiple viewpoints
    this is done to represent the form in a greater context
    objects are broken up; analyzed,and re-assembled in an abstract way
    thus defying the depiction of form, from one viewpoint....
    a great reference to all of our insane perspectives

    Ron Burgundy: this is a sick reference to the QB of our monday night opponent
    In the movie
    Ron's greatest love
    the dog, Baxter, gets launched cruelly
    off a bridge

    Finally there is the sloth bear Balou:
    Portrayed in life by our coach Be-Loved Smith
    Balou is a laid back father figure type who agrees to lead
    the Wolf Boy, Mowgli, portrayed in life by our QB Jay Cutler,
    to the promised land
    Now Mowgli, who is not unlike the Jewish saviour, Moses;
    was found floating in the river in a reed basket
    He was taken into the forest and raised by wolves
    He developed a surely personality
    along the way he encountered the great orangutang
    King Louie; who had a desire to become more like a human
    and even though he could swing; just like the great Louie Prima
    he could not light a fire for his monkey tribe
    and neither could Mowglie
    and until this year
    neither could Jay
    But, in the end Mowgli learns how to apply the fire to the tail of his opponent .....the king of the jungle Sher Khan the bengal tiger;
    and cause him to run in defeat
    Much like the new Jay Cutler will do
    to the boys from Philadelphia
    tomorrow night

  • In reply to huntinbare:

    how about that wax job MB
    I hope you didn't give up on this one
    take it all in
    in small doses

  • In reply to huntinbare:

    I liked it a lot Hunti. read the whole thing. Very well done.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    thanks for stayin' with it
    i see you are not happy that the pack won
    and by the way you wrote
    i take it they looked good
    i did not get to watch any football today

    take heart
    I hope they are undefeated when they play us
    it will be a game for the ages
    i figure there is no catching them without an unforseen unfortunate circumstance
    SI started the undefeated drumbeats this week
    and the sound will be deafening if they are without a loss when we next meet
    but that will make our victory all the more sweet

  • In reply to huntinbare:

    yep, should be interesting.

    man I hate bandwaggon fans. You really think there are that many 'real' packer fans in san diego? Please.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I have a feeling quite a few of them were cancelling "Suh" jersey orders on Amazon a couple of weeks ago.

  • In reply to huntinbare:

    It would be cool to be their Miami - or beter still, let them go undefeated and then do them in the playoffs in their own house.

  • In reply to huntinbare:

    you're the jungle V.I.P., HB ......

  • In reply to IrishSweetness:

    shiloh and I have seen that movie a thousand times
    or so it seems; but with all the new stuff being cranked out these days
    i haven't thought about it for a year or so
    but, when I walked into his room last night he was U tubing
    and on the screen was a clip from the Jungle flick

    after seeing that I knew I had to craft an answer
    I believe of all the animated scenes I have seen
    Louie Prima doing that song is by far my all time #1
    I could listen to him beat the skins all day long

    As for the bears
    Play methodically
    without error
    and you will prove your doubters wrong
    Jay; it is about time to start realizing your greatness
    by presenting us with a flawless performance

    recievers hold onto each ball as if it were a live grenade
    defense it is time to show wall streets 1%
    what real robber barons look like
    hit them hard and make them pay
    the whole night through

    I expect a strong performance
    from a rested; studied up squad

    stay focused and
    call intelligent plays
    that are within reason of what your team does well
    have another Bud Harry and enjoy the view from cloud 9

  • first (well, no way am i first, but...) to say that Flacco sucks balls.

    Man that dude is... not great.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    well, ok. so he pulled it off, but man.

    well done ravens. I did notice ray rice taking plays off in a big way. weird to see.

  • Sooooo..looks like the Bears should be loving the no respect factor....even the Trib writers picked ALL Philly...not surprising will make the win that much sweeter, Fuck the Eagles, knew a guy from Philly when I was in the Navy back in 94, probably the biggest douchebag I've ever met, fat, sloth-like meathead. Me being a 18 year old 6 foot 140 lb kid, he really took to the bully role like a kid from school..until he tried to jump me behind one of our boilers and I planted his face in a 12inch check-valve :). That fucker never f'ed with me again. Fat bastard. Which is exactly what Da Bears will do to these Iggles...I'm a peaceful guy in my 36th yr now, but still picture most philly fans just like that slug...BEAR DOWN!!!

  • I heard a lot of Packer fans bitching today. I guess 8-0 with the best player in the NFL isn't good enough. Clay Matthews must be off the juice, worried that the NFL is going to start testing for HGH. He only has three sacks this year.
    The Bears game today is huge. I"m already getting pumped up.

  • dilfers suck fest continues, pats D bad Eli not that good, I really hate tramon williams, lets whoop the overated eagles ass, packers will lose in playoffs Rodgers can't keep this up.

  • In reply to Sean:

    The Eagles have been beaten by Buffalo, NYG, SF and the Falcons. We wouldn't look out of place on that list. Win the turnover battle and it's definitely on.

  • Hmm, maybe this is why Kellen Davis has been so inconsistent:,0,6909618.column

    Still, Hester insisted he isn’t the biggest gamer on the Bears. That award goes to tight end Kellen Davis. “He stays up all night playing even if we’ve got practice the next day,” Hester said.

  • New England Patriots wide receiver Chad Ochocinco(notes) has now gone three games without catching a single pass thrown his way for the first time in his 11-year career and FOX Sports' Yardbarker has it that the team is considering releasing him in the next few weeks.
    "There's a rumor going around, inside the Patriots, that Ochocinco has seen his final week as being a Patriot," the site notes.
    In Sunday's matchup against the New York Giants, Ochocinco was on the field for 15 plays and had five balls thrown his way, none of which he caught.

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