Chad Ochocinco tweeted the following:
“Just waking up after a late arrival, I’ve never seen a machine operate like that n person, to see video game numbers put up n person was WOW.”
Former Patriot and current ESPN analyst Teddy Bruschi replied that Ochocinco should “stop tweeting and get in your playbook” and then added the following:
“You’re not someone who’s on another team or watching TV,” Bruschi said. “You’re not an analyst. You’re a part of it. They want you to be a part of it. So get with the program because obviously you’re not getting it and you’re tweeting because you’re saying, ‘It’s amazing to see’? It’s amazing to see because you don’t understand it. You still don’t understand it and it’s amazing to you because you can’t get it.
“Wake up! If you’re just waking up now — I don’t know when this was, six minutes ago? — get out your bed and get to the stadium and watch some film if you still think it’s amazing. If you’re in it and you know what you’re doing and you execute out there, you don’t think it’s amazing. You know why? Because it’s what you’re supposed to do.”
Tom Brady has replied to the controversy as well:
“I don’t know when he said that [about being in awe] or what he said, but I know that we’re counting on him to be a huge contributor. And he expects that, too. He expects to be out there making plays. When I’m in the huddle with him, he’s very excited about being out there, making catches, doing the right thing and being in the right spot.”
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