In our quest to bring you the most complete news, especially on a ssslow Saturday, PFT looks at all corners of the internet.
So when Chad Ochocinco tweeted that he was UStreaming live with “Andre Johnson in the house,” we clicked on it. (Surely this was the first UStream in history with opposing players the day before a game.)
Apparently the Andre Johnson appearance was a hoax or we were too late for it, but another “show” by Ochocinco earlier in the week caught our attention.
In it, Ochocinco details his plans for a touchdown celebration against the Texans Sunday.
He calls it the “Mexican jumping Bengal.”
The plan: Ochocinco will head to the sidelines after his touchdown, jump in the crowd, go up a few rows, and then crowd surf until the the fans drop him off back on the sidelines around the 50-yard line.
Ochocinco seemed to come up with the idea while talking on talking on his show, then was so excited about it that he called everyone he knew. Including the Palmer brothers. And his coach Marvin Lewis.
Lewis didn’t answer, but it seems unlikely he’ll allow it if he catches wind of the plan. And Ochocinco is hoping for a level of crowd cooperation that may be difficult to pull off, to put it mildly.
But if he does . . . we will salute him.
UPDATE: Friend of PFT Mike Dempsey from 1010 XL in Jacksonville informs us that Jaguars receiver Mike Sims-Walker did his “SkyWalker Show” on UStream with Chris Johnson of the Titans the night before the Jags-Titans game. So history was not made by the Johnsons Saturday. Glad to clear this important matter up.