The Bengals Chad Ochocinco thought he had us fooled. Last Sunday Chad performed the famous Lambeau Leap in Green Bay after scoring a touchdown.
It turns out that the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel dug deeper into this story and discovered that Ochocinco used his Twitter account and put out the word. And Mike Bergs; his brother, Lee; and Lee's friend, Brian Keil, became part of the conspiracy.
"We're thinking, OK, that would be great if it comes together, but you know how it is. He's got to score in our end zone. Heck, he's got to score, period, and find us in the heat of the moment. We knew there would be a ton of other Packer fans around," Mike Bergs reported to the Journal Sentinel.
Ochocinco bought four front-row tickets in the north end zone and sent them to Mike Bergs' home in Evanston, Ill., the newspaper reported. They decked themselves out in orange -- Lee Bergs was the one with the corrupted cheesehead.
So it was not hard for the receiver to find his target. "When he started making his way toward us, we knew it was on," Mike Bergs said, according to the Journal Sentinel. "His face. I wish I could have been shooting a camera at him. The smile on his face was from ear to ear. He was so excited."
"That was one of the most pure, fun moments for us as Bengals fans."