Terrell Owens and the New England Patriots Makes Sense for Both Parties

July 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Hall of Fame numbers, but no ring and no team ethic. That will be the legacy left by Terrell Owens if he cannot change it in the next season or two.
After 14 years in the National Football League, Owens has caught over 1,000 passes and is just shy of 15,000 yards.
Add in 144 touchdowns and a solid 14.9 yards per catch average and it is easy to see what this great athlete has brought to the game. There have been negative issues that have followed him from San Francisco to Philadelphia, but the bottom line is T.O. can still play.
Last year Terrell Owens had 55 receptions for 829 yards playing in Buffalo. He averaged 15.1 yards a catch and scored five touchdowns.
These numbers are not astronomical, but take into account Trent Edwards was throwing the passes T.O.’s way behind a dreadful offensive line and these stats look a lot more appealing.
Buffalo was ranked 30th overall in total offense and without Terrell Owens playing on the outside, things would ...

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