FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) -- Chad Ochocinco is ready for Darrelle Revis, with a touchdown celebration planned for the Meadowlands.
The chatty Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver took some playful shots at the Jets cornerback in an entertaining conference call with the New York media Wednesday, saying Revis couldn't cover him "in a brown paper bag on a corner of a Manhattan street inside a phone booth."
The friends are expected to be matched up during the game Sunday night. Ochocinco insists coach Marvin Lewis told him the Bengals are "playing to win."
Ochocinco said he has a scoring celebration planned in which he'll make like Fireman Ed, a regular at Jets games, by putting on a Bengals firefighter's helmet and sitting on the goal post or one of his linemen's shoulders to quiet the crowd.
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