NEW ENGLAND - NFL Wide Receiver Chad Ochocino told ESPN sports anchor Stuart Scott before the game on Sunday, "Give me the damn ball!" Stuart Scott was taken back because no one told him he was going to carry anyone's ball that day.
However, reporters noted Ochocinco's aggravation and their instincts were confirmed during the game that Brady and Ochocino don't like each other. As the offense walked off the field mid-second quarter, Chad Ochocinco was in Brady's face the way Terrell Owens was in Donovan Mcnabb's. Chad dropped his pass. This time, however, Brady spit in Ochocino's face.
Surprisingly, Ochocinco just stood there and took the saliva. But some folks think, whether or not Chad is smart enough to devise intelligent schemes, might be planning to at least bench and at most jail Brady if it equals more touchdowns for Chad without Brady. Unfortunately, camera crews were too focused on the cheerleaders and lost opportunity to film the quarrel.
Police hope that self-designated iReporters share their video on You Tube so that they can investigate the case further. Detective Joe Himark said, "We put scum like that behind bars every night! Why should this guy be any exception?" Ironically, the cop was wearing a Giants wristband.
It was the assistant coaches that came over and broke up the fight. When we reached the head coach for comment, Bill Belechick was first thrilled that no one was hurt. He also commended the good job that assistant coaches were hired to do for the players then said, "I just want my players to be healthy and ready to play. I don't care about spit."
In other related news, Chad will be changing his first name to "Tom Brady is a punk."