In the end, don't you just get the feeling that Chad Ochocinco will somehow end up in the AFC East? After repeatedly proclaiming his love for the Bill Belichick, the controversial wide receiver is singing Rex Ryan's praise.
ProFootballTalk.com has a summary of Ohchocinco's comments from this week, his latest attempt to get on the radar of the teams in arguably football's best division.
"I respect the New York area, they have a great coach that anyone would die to play for," he said of Ryan. "It's like a a player as the coach. He has the same mindset that we should have but he says what he feels. You're not supposed to do that as a head coach. But when you do, it's awesome. That's a very refreshing feeling, very refreshing."
Ochocinco has also recently expressed interest in playing for the Patriots, calling a potential Ochocinco-Belichick duo, "epic." The respect goes both ways, as he and Belichick are seemingly best of buds, especially after they worked together for a week at the Pro Bowl.
It doesn't stop there, though. Ochocinco may also have his eye on South Beach, according to some of his comments from earlier in the week.
"The Dolphins have always been my team since I've grown up," he told the Sun-Sentinel this week. "Anytime I play Madden, I play with the Dolphins."
It's not exactly saying he would die to play in Miami, but it's something.
All things considered, however, Ochocinco still has an option year left on his contract in Cincinnati.
"I’m a Cincinnati Bengal at heart, I always will be," he said.
Still, it sounds like a change of heart may be coming.