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07 Sep 2010
To accompany a piece on whether the Bengals will succeed with Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco at quarterback, I looked at old wideout tandems from the past.
Posted by: Bill Barnwell on 07 Sep 2010
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07 Sep 2010, 9:28pm by
I doubt the Bengals could succeed with TO and Chad 85 at quarterback. Although it might be funny... only way to give both of them the ball consistently is to have one throw to the other :)
Jerry Rice and Tim Brown come to mind. They could almost make ME look like a good QB.
ah, but which Joker?
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