Bengals WR Chad Ochocinco followed through on a challenge from Professional Bull Riding chief operating officer Sean Gleason on Saturday and rode a bull at the Lucas Oil Invitational in Duluth, Ga.
Ochocinco earned $10,000 for making it out of the chute atop a 1,500-pound bull named Deja Blu.
The ride lasted 1.5 seconds before Ochocinco was bucked off with no apparent injury.
Ochocinco, who wore a helmet and a standard protective vest, fell 6.5 seconds short of the time needed to win a new Ford truck and to earn the right to rename the bull after Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis.
Ochocinco, wearing a helmet and a facemask, barely avoided the bull's feet. He popped right up and climbed the ring's fence to get out of harm's way, flashing a big smile as he looked down.
While this story is truly awesome, there isn't any fantasy impact aside from the fact that Chad was not injured in the incident.