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Video: Bengals are Done..Bills WR Steve Johnson Asks “Why So Serious?”

by Robert Littal | Posted on Sunday, November 21st, 2010
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The Bengals were up 28-7 on the Buffalo Bills at home.

From that point the Bills went on a 42-3 run.

That only happens in Tecmo Bowl.

Marvin Lewis did a decent job making the Bengals respectable during his tenure. A couple of playoff appearances mixed in with some average seasons, but it is time for him to move on.

The Bengals have some decent parts, but they need to be overhauled starting with quarterback Carson Palmer.

As far as Steve Johnson, he has a very solid year with the Bills, allegedly the “Why So Serious” TD celebration was a shot at Ocho Cinco and T.O., but either way gives me a chance to post this pic.

The Dark Knight was a very good movie, ironically Christian Bale acting as Batman was the worst part of it. The movie is about the Joker and Batman is a supporting character. They could have cut about 20 minutes from it then it truly would have been a masterpiece and I still have Spiderman 2 rated higher in the greatest superhero movies of all time.


Here is what Johnson had to say about his motivation for the Joker reference:

“[T.O. and ChadOchocinco] play the persona of Batman and Robin so I wanted to come in and have the persona of joker and have fun with it,” Johnson said. “But I’ll get in trouble for it.”

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