Terrell Owens was Not the Buffalo Bills Scapegoat

June 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I am responding to an article in the SportsDayDFW.com sports page that insinuates that Terrell Owens has become the “scapegoat “for the Buffalo Bills 2009 season.  Owens is far from being considered a scapegoat in Buffalo…as a matter of fact he was one of the few bright spots we had last year. 
The article quoted Ravens receiver Derrick Mason. Derrick was quoted as saying, "Sometimes, the perception becomes reality and it's not fair.”

He went on to say, "Looking at him, you can see he's in great shape, that he can still fare well and produce numbers. But now he's been treated like a scapegoat for what happened in Buffalo; it's unfair."
Derrick, obviously you have not followed the Bills or have watched much film of Terrell’s performance last year.

Last season was a train wreck! The entire team as a group underperformed! Most Bills fans have chosen either Dick Juaron or Trent Edwards as their scapegoats.Th...

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