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“B-Twice” Bummed About Being Bounced

Bernard Berrian, who likes to be called “B-Twice” while appearing on crappy reality TV shows in which he is cast as Chad Ochocinco’s “little buddy,” is not thrilled in the wake of the Vikings acquisition of Randy Moss.

Much like the beginning of last season, Berrian’s biggest asset so far this season has been his ability to draw pass interference penalties from defenders.  Through three games, he only has five catches.

“Anytime a player’s reps get cut or anything of that nature happens, a player’s never going to be happy,” said Berrian on Friday.  “But it’s just the way … my attitude has to change.”

Berrian can expect to see his role in the Vikings offense dramatically decline, especially when Sidney Rice returns from injury, and Berrian expressed concern that being rotated in and out of a game can make it tougher to get into a rhythm as a receiver.

It seems like it is only a matter of time before “B-Twice” and the Vikings decide to part ways.


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6 Responses to ““B-Twice” Bummed About Being Bounced”

  1. Fran the Man says:

    I think if B-Twice happens to B-gone soon, it won’t B-noticed.

  2. B. Grant says:

    Exactly what sort of “rhythm” are you referring to, BerBar? Because whatever sort of rhythm you were in, I would suggest getting out of it.

  3. fozz44 says:

    I think he’s referring to the rhythm of ….play soft, dont’ get open, therefore, dont’ get tackled, collect huge paycheck.

    That is in fact, a pretty desirable rhythm.

  4. G.P. says:

    …fellas I think there is more to the story than meets the eye. I personally want to put a bit of the blame on a certain limelight seeking, circus act quarter back who um well doesn’t seem too fond of Mr. Berrian. Just saying he didn’t have these issues in Chi Town with Da Bears or in his first season with the Vikings. Injury played a role and then lack of chemistry. This is not all Berrian’s fault.

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