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Chad Johnson Predicts Monster Season

by Glenn Erby | Posted on Wednesday, July 25th, 2012
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It’s The Return Of The G.

For a few seasons now people have been waiting for the real Chad Johnson to return.  For the real Chad Johnson to please stand up.

According to Chad Johnson, the G has returned.

In an article featured in the Miami Herald, Johnson predicts he will have a “Monster” season.

He predicts he will score and celebrate so much this season, that he will send commissioner Goodell a $100,000 check after the final preseason game.

Johnson also added a few more quotes.

“I’m going back to my normal ways.”

“My normal ways, when I was at my best, when I got fined, look at the production those years. Usually things don’t go right when you try to change the way you do things. I’m back to normal.

“My personality was controlled last year. You didn’t hear me at all last year. Zero. Zilch. When my mouth is running, it forces me to perform. It’s never been vindictive. I never got anybody in trouble.

“One of the things I like about being here, that’s so refreshing, and is such a weight off my back, is I can be me, whatever that entails. When I can be me, I am loose. Everything just flows for me. Whether it’s the style of play, the way I learn.”

The 34-year old Johnson who has settled down and got married feels he lost his edge.  He feels he got complacent.

I’m not really sure what kind of season he will have in Miami being the main target on a team with no established quarterback, and short on weapons besides himself and Reggie Bush.

I am mildly pleased that the G has returned.

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